United Way Helps Families in Marshall County Achieve Financial Stability
As many as one-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs. Wages have not kept pace with the rising cost of housing, healthcare, and education. Currently, 11% of Marshall County families live in poverty. ALICE (an acronym for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) households earn more than the Federal Poverty Level, but less than the basic cost of living for our county. 29% of households in Marshall County are ALICE households.
For families walking a financial tightrope, unable to save for college, a home, or retirement, United Way is here to help.
SEARCH for help
When you are looking for the information you need to get help in Marshall County, you need to find it right away. By using SEARCH United Way of Marshall County, you’ll easily find the information you’re looking for… when you’re looking for it.
People throughout our community turn to United Way every day for information and support – whether financial-related, health and nutrition, education, or disaster. We have information that connects people of all ages to the necessary health and human services you need. We’re excited to put this information directly into your hands. SEARCH for help HERE.
If you need our help, we are also always only a phone call away. 574-936-3366.
Marshall County residents may be facing rent and utility bills that are simply too costly to pay due to complications surrounding COVID-19.
We encourage those seeking assistance to reach out to township trustees, local non-profits, and state programs to find help in covering these payments.