Thank you for supporting United Way of Anderson County! Your generous donation will continue to help feed the hungry, house the homeless, protect the innocent, educate our children and take care of the elderly.

Donations can be processed as a one-time gift or as a recurring monthly donation. Some of our most common contribution breakdowns are listed below. No matter how much you choose to give, know that you are making a difference in Anderson County!

Popular Contribution Levels

 – $52/year ($4.33/mo)
  • 32 hours of after school programming is offered for girls in Clinton with Girls Inc.
  • Ecumenical Storehouse can provide 3 families with furnishings. 
$100/yr  ($8.33/mo)
  • 5 children can take part in the “Skills for the Future” program at Children’s Museum.
  • 3 boys can experience outdoor adventure at Cub Scout Summer Twilight Camp.
  • 2 children can participate in the ARC’s summer playground for children with developmental disabilities.
  • 2 people receive the Kidney Early Evaluation Program from National Kidney Foundation.
$250/yr  ($20.83/mo)
  • 3 youth can participate in the Boys & Girls Club of Oak Ridge Educational/Social Program
  • 1 child receives the support and advocacy in the court system by Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
  • 1 patient receives dental exams & treatment through Anderson County Health Council
  • 8 teenage offenders and their victims benefit from the VORP Program
  • 1 elderly citizen will receive daily phone calls from Contact Helpline for a year, to assure their well being and allow them to stay in their own home

$500/yr ($41.67/mo)

  • Keystone Adult Day Program can provide 15 days of elder day care to a family on a sliding scale fee system.
  • Clinch River Home Health can provide 14 visits to individuals requiring in-home nursing care.
  • 1 family of three is provided emergency food, clothing and shelter by American Red Cross.
  • 10 girls will be provided with Girl Scout membership, uniforms and handbooks for a year.

$1000/yr ($83.33/mo)

  • 1 child and adult are matched for one year through Big Brothers Big Sisters of East TN.
  • 6 indigent people with mental illness are provided with medication from Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital & Center, Inc.
  • 12 calls for emergency service are answered by the Anderson County Rescue Squad.