United Way Supports SafeSpace

United Way of Indian River County is proud to be a new partner in the SafeSpace Supportive Living Program. The two local nonprofits have long joined forces to change lives of domestic violence victims, but funding has now been awarded to empower victims to move beyond crisis to safe, independent living.
The Community Impact approach to serving this county has led United Way and community Vision Councils to determine specific goals, paving the way for current and future investment in Indian River County. United Way supports a network of basic services in our community; shelter, meals, childcare, counseling, medical support, and helping people meet their urgent needs. More than a quick fix, United Way is committed to giving people the tools they need to stand on their own. The approach is thoughtful, strategic and driven by the concerns and efforts of those living in Indian River County.

United Way Supports SafeSpace

United Way Supports SafeSpace

It takes everyone in the community working together to create a brighter future. United Way’s online volunteer connection provides a link for individuals, families, teams, and corporate groups to engage in meaningful volunteer opportunities throughout Indian River County. From motivating children to discover and learn, to serving hot meals to low-income families, Indian River County residents are responding to critical needs. Find volunteer opportunities at www.VolunteerIndianRiverCounty.org and learn more about United Way at www.UnitedWayIRC.org .
Pictured: Tom Manwaring, SafeSpace Development Associate, and Jill Borowicz, SafeSpace CEO, receiving a check for $17,500 from Michael Kint, United Way of Indian River County CEO, and Susan Adams, United Way Board Chair.

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