We fight for the education, financial stability, health and basic needs of everyone in our six-county region.
By uniting people and resources from six counties, we magnify our collective impact and create regional change with a local focus. Our programs replace self-sufficiency obstacles with opportunities for better lives in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion and Morgan counties.View Our Dashboard
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We work with 57 agencies to help improve the lives of more than 23,000 residents in Boone County.
Last year alone:
We worked with local volunteers, donors, and agencies to help serve 88,057 Hamilton County residents last year.
We worked with local agencies to provide nearly $520,000 in services to 20,000 Hancock County residents last year.
We worked with more than 50 local agencies and programs to assist 53,388 Hendricks County residents last year.
United Way of Central Indiana's headquarters is located in Indianapolis.
In addition to recruiting people and resources in our counties to help the greater good, we also aim to help members of our community when they fall on hard times. We have a regional presence, but a local focus.
We worked with 49 local agencies to provide $267,338 in critical services to 25,060 Morgan County residents last year.
We can change the facts around our region’s toughest challenges. In 2017:
children received scholarships to attend high-quality early childhood programs
unemployed individuals received the tools and skills they needed to achieve gainful employment
households received utility assistance through the Energy Assistance Program and Winter Assistance Fund