- 3,961 children ages birth-5 enrolled in quality early childhood education programs; 3,476 (88%) gained skills needed to succeed in kindergarten, such as language and literacy skills.
- 1,707 children grades K-3 participated in school and out-of-school time programs; 1,248 (73%) improved their academic performance related to grade-level standards.
- 166 academically struggling students (matched with 107 United Way Readers volunteers) improved their literacy skills
- 742 individuals gained employment
- 1,972 individuals accessed benefits to increase their disposable income: 481 (99%) enrolled in childcare subsidies, 641 (97%) enrolled in public healthcare, and 1,661 (84%) enrolled in SNAP benefits.
Access to Health and Basic Needs
- 103,527 calls were made to United Way 2-1-1
- 7, 114 individuals found safety/services related to sexual assault or domestic violence
- 1,808 individuals received emergency shelter