United Way of Central Illinois is pleased to announce $2,320,749 of community investments including $1,656,493 in Community Fund investments to local health and human service initiatives. United Way’s 2015 community investments also included $591,840 in donor-directed funds and more than $72,000 to fund other services including: 2-1-1, Get Connected, and United Way’s Venture Fund.
United Way’s Community Fund, which invests in 38 local programs, accounts for the majority of the organization’s 2015 investment. This was made possible by the generosity of more than 7,000 individuals who made an investment in United Way’s Community Fund during the 2014 campaign. 100% of every investment to the Community Fund is distributed to local initiatives.