CARE Clinic’s mission is to improve the clinical health and overall health of our community by providing primary health care access, connecting resources and promoting health education to uninsured individuals who are unable to afford health care.
Colvill Kids Preschool is a community preschool program through Red Wing Schools designed to support and nurture young children as they learn and grow.
Common Bond Maple Hills Apartments are affordable housing units along with Advantage Services support.
Elder Network’s mission is, “Those 55 and better and their caregivers have the opportunity to thrive and lead rewarding lives.”
Faith In Action is a not-for-profit volunteer program for seniors, and others in distressed circumstances. Our mission is to enrich their lives through faith based volunteer efforts and to enable them to better maintain their independence.
The Goodhue County Child & Family Collaborative is an integrated children’s mental health and family services collaborative. We are a partnership of schools, social services, public health, corrections, community non-profits and mental health providers that is committed to working on the complex issues that affect children and families.
Hiawatha Valley Mental Health Services mission is to be the community leader in delivering exceptional, responsive and consumer focused behavioral health services.
The mission of Hispanic Outreach is to provide language and advocacy services to the Hispanic community, to assist Hispanic students in achieving academic success, and to facilitate and promote equal access to all existing community services for Hispanic residents by creating collaborations and partnerships with local organizations, agencies and institutions. United Way funded programs include the Raising Immigrant Students’ Education Success (RISES) youth mentoring program as well as programming to support basic needs.
Hope & Harbor is an overnight, emergency shelter in Red Wing, MN. The program uses a rotating church model during the months of November through March.
The mission of HOPE Coalition is to end domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and homelessness so that every person has the opportunity to live life to its fullest, while treating those we serve with respect, compassion, and dignity. Currently, we serve over 1,700 people each year in Goodhue and Wabasha Counties, MN, and in Western Pierce County, WI. Simply put, we restore hope. We rebuild lives. United Way funded programs include Kids Count Abused Children’s Program, Sexual Assault Services, Housing Support Services & Community Care Fund.
The mission of Plum City Food Pantry is to reduce hunger and inadequate nutrition in the Plum City School District.
ProAct’s mission is to provide person-centered services that enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities in the areas of employment, life skills, and community inclusion. United Way supports our supported employment services – finding jobs for individuals with disabilities.
Red Wing Community Recreation provides quality lifetime activities for present and future generations. Red Wing Community Recreation will foster diverse recreational pursuits and interests by maximizing community resources through collaborative partnerships that enrich the quality of life for present and future generations.
The mission of the Red Wing Family YMCA is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and the community through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body. United Way funded programs include Sunshine Corner Preschool- a licensed preschool program available to all children in the surrounding community & YPALS-a youth mentorship program.
The mission of Red Wing Youth Outreach is to provide intervention, life-skills education and mentoring for adolescents at risk of facing serious challenges in their healthy transition to adulthood.
SEMCAC’s mission is to empower and advocate for people to enhance their self-sufficiency by maximizing community resources.
The mission of Three Rivers Community Action is to work with community partners to address basic human needs of people in our service area, thereby improving the quality of life of the individual, family and community. United Way funded programs include Economic Bridging, HART Volunteer Transportation, and Home Delivered Meals with Advocacy Services.
Wabasha-Kellogg Community Education opens the door of education by providing comprehensive life-long learning and enrichment opportunities for all ages.