Spread the word and Donate Now. OUR WORK IN EDUCATION KinderCamp Read To Succeed Tutor Imagination Library Woodland Kids Read YOUR 17-18 DOLLARS AT WORK KinderCamp 24 children spent the morning working in Woodlands community learning garden 24 children and families visited the library, some for the first time. 12 families participated in Empower Yolo’s Playschool Experience 40 Incoming pre-Kindergarten students attended KinderCamp. 100% of these children improved in the area their expressive language skills and 93% in their social interactions. Woodland Kids Read 13 first grade classroom took a fieldtrip to Woodland Community College for a celebration of Literacy! 320 children received a personalized backpack, schools supplies and 2 brand new books 35 volunteers came together one spring morning to read to children and share passion for books. 351 hard cover Books in for local classrooms In Our Community In partnership with local Rotaries and Yolo County, we funded a playground at the local Social Services office so that families in the CPS system could have a place to gather. Woodland United Way gave $1,000 to City of Woodland’s Square 1 Maker Space. Woodland United Way collected and distributed over 1100 books to childcare centers, schools and low-income families. Woodland United Way dispersed 170 holiday gifts to low income families including toys and new clothes. Suicide Prevention of Yolo taught 2,037 high school students the “Signs of Suicide,” how to find help and reach out to friends in need. Yolo Community Care Continuum helped 36 clients with mental illness to live independently with 92% housing stability. The Yolo Food Bank distributed 1,303,153 pounds of food to 125,731 households. Yolo Community Care Continuum used $10,000 of Woodland United Way funds to leverage $70,000 of federal HUD money that was used here in Yolo County. Woodland United Way volunteers dedicated over 2000 community service hours. Funded Agencies Woodland United Way funded 36 different non-profit agencies. 193 children were received dental screenings and oral hygiene education at KinderCamp families. Citizens Who Care, Inc. provided 102 total social visit hours each week to 51 of our frail, elderly residents. Citizens Who Care, Inc. provided 33 elder family caregivers with a total of 66 predictable respite each week. Citizens Who Care provided nurse assessments and referrals to additional services every 60 days to 84 of our frail, elderly residents. Fourth and Hope provided emergency shelter services to 282 homeless individuals and Northern California Children’s Therapy Center have given 7,328 hours of therapy to 200 uninsured and underinsured children living in Woodland & Capay Valley. Meals on Wheels Yolo County provided seniors with 10,800 meals, 1,650 wellness checks, 600 health assessments, and delivered 1,800 bags of food containing enough food for 6 meals. Community Housing Opportunities have served 120 teens and youth in After School and Mentoring Programs. Yolo Food Bank 1Figure according to Communities in Schools, one of America’s leading drop-out prevention partnerships.