The Plymouth Community United Way’s mission is to reach out and serve human needs. When the community unites and works collectively, we can accomplish so much more. Year-round, PCUW partners with groups, organizations, agencies, nonprofits, and individuals to ensure that all members of our community have their needs met.
In addition to donations and volunteers, PCUW works with the community by providing funding for agencies and grant recipients. Together, we can partner with other organizations to provide the basic needs everyone deserves.
Helping Build a Stronger Community
Through our Community Impact work, your continuing involvement with the Plymouth Community United Way will help create lasting change. Your expertise, energy, and relationships are vital resources since Community Impact is an effort that’s owned by the entire community. We promise to direct those resources to efforts that target the underlying causes of issues that affect our community – and which deliver measurable, long-term results.
Plymouth Community United Way’s agency partners are doing great work every day, and there will always be a need for basic needs, prevention, and development programs. Community Impact takes that work one step further. Working together with a broad range of community partners – partner agencies, schools, faith-based groups, businesses, energized individuals, local government, and more – we’re seeking results that no one can accomplish alone.
What is Community Impact?
- Improving the lives of all people affected by the community’s issues – not just clients of programs funded by United Way.
- Pinpointing the root causes of problems that threaten our community – developing strategies and partnerships to change them.
- Working in a multi-faceted role with whatever partners can play a role in changing community conditions.
- Going beyond the annual campaign to create long-term, ongoing relationships with diverse community investors.
In 2021, we continue our efforts to meet community and Covid-19 needs. Plymouth Community United Way has been awarded a grant from Toyota to assist with mobility. Agencies are to contact our office and individuals are to contact Plymouth Salvation Army if this is an area of need.
A Covid-19 relief fund was created this past year to directly address the needs of community members and our partnering agencies. We gave $62,423 from the Covid-19 relief fund. There are still funds available for any Covid-19 related needs for agencies and individuals. If you are an individual needing assistance, please contact Plymouth Salvation Army and agencies can contact us directly.