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Distribution of Funds in Greater Cleveland

How your contributions are invested in our community

View the 2016-17 Distribution of Announced Campaign Chart as a PDF
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Community Investments include the following:
Donor designations to funded and non-United Way agencies and other United Ways
$12,444,934
40%
Federated agencies (Catholic Charities, Jewish Federation of Cleveland and United Black Fund)
$3,145,300
10%
United Way 2-1-1 Information and Referral Program
$1,909,140
6%
Community Impact investments and donor designations in education, income and health
$8,366,843
27%
Contracts and Commitments – (AIDS Funding Collaborative, American Red Cross Local Disaster Relief, American Red Cross Services to Active Military Families, Boy Scouts – ScoutReach Program, Children’s Health Consortium, Family Stability Initiative, Cuyahoga County Emergency Food Contract, Wraparound Strategy, Mandel Foundation Neighborhood Leadership Development, Women’s Leadership Council)
$3,910,676
13%
Program operation costs
$1,290,000
4%
Total Community Investments
$31,066,893
100%

 

Community Impact Agenda investments:
EDUCATION: Programs to prepare our kids to enter school ready to learn and graduate from high school
$5,795,886
38.2%
INCOME: Programs to advance individuals and families to financial empowerment (Earn it, Keep it, Save it)
$5,209,984
34.3%
HEALTH: Programs to build a healthy and resilient community (Start healthy, Stay healthy, Support strong systems)
$4,178,766
27.5%
Total Community Impact Agenda Investments
$15,184,636
100.0%

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