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Our Investment in Community Basic Services

Through the work of the Community Basic Services Council, United Way of Pickens County invested in the following programs and services:

Community Partner Program Funding

Cancer Association of Pickens County
Providing financial support, medical supplies and equipment, nutritional supplements, education and couselingĀ  for individuals undergoing cancer treatment.

Family Promise of Pickens County
Providing shelter for homeless families.

Julie Valentine
Providing forensic interviews and counseling for child abuse victims and support for non-abusive caregivers.

MARYS House
Providing shelter for domestic violence victims.

The Parenting Place
Providing home visitation services for parents facing challenges.

Pickens County Advocacy Center
Providing services for victims of sexual assault.

Pickens County Meals on Wheels
Providing home delivered meals for elderly or disabled.

Rebuild Upstate
Providing home repair for elderly, disabled or low income families.

Safe Harbor
Providing shelter for domestic violence victims and their dependent children.

Samaritan Health: Medical Clinic
Providing free health care for uninsured adults.

United Christian Ministries: Emergency Assistance
Providing food, clothing, utilities and rent assistance.

Directed Funding

2-1-1 Information and Referral Help Line
Impacting all residents of Pickens County who need information about and referral to community social services. Learn more.

Get Connected
Impacting Pickens County residents who want to volunteer, and agencies that are searching for volunteers. Learn more.

Ron Webber Fund
Supporting homeless and impoverished children through the School District of Pickens County. Learn more.