The United Way of Gibson County has decided to postpone our October 1, 2021 Day of Caring. We hope to reschedule the Day of Caring for sometime in the spring of 2022. We will keep you posted!
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
What a year 2020 has been. The last several months have presented all of us with circumstances
we would have never predicted and with a future being just as unpredictable. None of us knows
exactly what the long-term impact this global pandemic will have on all of us.
Today our families, neighbors, and friends are struggling to wrap their heads around our new
reality. Many have never been in a position of needing assistance and others struggling on a
normal basis, now with the stresses of Covid 19, are feeling overwhelmed.
Your gift to the United Way of Gibson County is more important than ever. From the start of the
pandemic in March, the United Way of Gibson County has worked in collaboration with our Gibson
County partner agencies and with the Covid-19 Crisis Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region
to ensure funding and resources were available in Gibson County so that vital needs could be met
and programs and services could continue. United Way of Gibson County has also enrolled over
600 Gibson County children ages birth-5 years of age for our Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
These children receive a free book each month mailed to their home until their fifth birthday.
When we join our gifts together and invest in strategies designed to advance and support
education, financial stability, and good health, we begin to see a larger impact in our community.
Without donations from individuals like you, this would not be possible. Donations help sustain
our organization and benefit the community in which we serve. We are counting on your support.
Remember that your gift may be tax-deductible.
Thank you in advance for your support! It takes an entire community to make a difference!
United Way of Gibson County