United Way of Dickinson COVID-19 Response Areas:
- Connecting our Community to the Information and Resources they Need through our 24 hour/day, 7 days/week Community Resource Specialists by dialing 2-1-1. Governor Bergum named 211 the non-emergency response line for the state, encouraging residents to call for FREE resources and referrals to meet their needs during this time.
- Placing Volunteers Where They're Needed Most through our volunteers we are able support local efforts to meet community needs even more so during the COVID-19 crisis.
- Supporting Local Families, Students and Individuals by making sure people under quarantine have shelter, food and hygienic supplies, parents can obtain affordable childcare, families and individuals have direct access to financial assistance and more
Ways to Give to Support our Work in the Community this Giving Tuesday
DONATE-- Your financial gift allows us to continue showing up in Stark, Dunny, and Billings counties through the coronavirus and beyond. We can't do this work without you.
VOLUNTEER-- If you're healthy, able, at lower-risk, and want to get involved, we certainly have a variety of ways for you to show up, both from home and in the community, to support your neighbors through this challenging time.
SHARE INFORMATION-- More than ever, we're seeing the importance of widespread access to resources and information. Take a moment to share the services we've mentioned here, on our Facebook page at (https://www.facebook.com/UnitedWayofDickinson/), and our website at (https://dickinsonunitedway.com/)