• Center Grove United Way campaign ends November 14.
     
     
    Because of you ...
     
     
     

    The
    United Way of Johnson County and its agencies impacted
    more than 2,250 Center Grove students in 2018!
     

     

    • 292 students received school supplies through the Center Grove Fast Track distribution. It is estimated that these students received $9,510 in school supplies.
    • At Girls Incorporated of Johnson County, 24 girls participated in the after-school program or summer program at the agency.
    • 13 Center Grove students participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program.
    • 893 students participated in Boy Scouts of America through Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts or their Venturing program.
    • 168  Center Grove children received toys through Christmas Angels. We estimate that these children received $16,800 in Christmas assistance.
    • 65 children from Center Grove received winter coats through Operation Bundle Up.
    • 411 students participated in Girl Scout Leadership Experience.
    • 297  students participated in Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Awareness presentations and 200 learned about Abusive Choices Hurt Everyone from Turning Point Domestic Violence Services.
    • Access Johnson County Public Transit provided transportation for 11 students in Center Grove schools.
    • 4 Center Grove families participated in the Children’s Bureau case management services to assist with family stabilization. In addition, children received subsidized childcare thorugh the child care voucher program.
    • Human Services, Inc. assisted 11 families with expenses associated with child care, housing and/or utilities, allowing the families to remain in their homes.
    • 12 students entered Center Grove Schools after participating in Head Start.
    • 6 children's families received immediate needs/short term assistance with rent, mortgage, or utilities from the Salvation Army. In some cases, food and basic needs items were also provided.
    • 11 young person received assistance through KIC-IT.
    • 22 students participated in the after-school program at the Boys and Girls Club of Franklin.
    • Reach for Youth served 29 youth in counseling and Teen Court referrals.