Trusted Community Partners
United Way of Marshall County community partners are carefully reviewed and meet nonprofit standards of efficiency, effectiveness, governance, and transparency. Each community partner undergoes a rigorous certification process and is granted United Way funding through a volunteer-led grants process. Volunteers for the grants process represent every Marshall County city and town and all our gorgeous countryside and farmland in between.
United Way community partners help ensure families have opportunities and everyone can meet basic living needs. When you contribute to the United Way Campaign, you give these agencies the ability to make lasting, sustained improvements in people’s lives. United Way fosters collaboration in Marshall County among our network of community partners with regular meetings that focus on education, information sharing, training, advocacy, and strengthening partnerships.
2020-2021 Marshall County Community Partners
- Adult Basic Education
- The Beaman Home
- Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County
- Cultivate Food Rescue
- Culver Youth Club
- David's Courage
- Dustin's Place
- Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry
- Junior Achievement
- Link to Hope
- Marshall County Council on Aging, Inc.
- Marshall County Indiana 4-H
- Marshall County Neighborhood Center
- REAL Services
- Saint Joseph Health Center
- Women's Care Center
Apply to become a Community Partner
An application is required annually for current nonprofits who wish to renew their affiliation with United Way as well as new organizations interested in becoming community partners. Call United Way of Marshall County at 936-3366 to learn more or apply.