United Way of Kankakee and Iroquois Counties

United Way of Kankakee and Iroquois Counties
Helps Kankakee County residents receive valuable health and human services by providing funds to more than twenty partner agencies.
Central Illinois



211 is a free, confidential phone number and website available 24/7 that connects you to information on programs and services locally. 211 connects you to services including: Healthcare and mental health resources. Job training programs. Childcare & after school programs. Food, shelter, clothing & utility assistance. Other community based programs, including local government information, and more. Dial 2-1-1 from any cell phone or landline to be connected with a live operator who can assist you.

United Way Agencies

The United Way model is all about community efforts to address and overcome local challenges. Our four main impact areas include education, income, health, and basic needs. United Way supports 47 programs at 26 agencies across Kankakee & Iroquois Counties, and all of the programs fall under our four impact areas. Your United Way is governed by a local volunteer board of directors, and all decisions about funding are made by the board, not a state or national United Way organization. The United Way staff is driven by United Way's mission and values and is committed to the advancement of common good for the people of Kankakee & Iroquois Counties.
Last Updated: 04/07/2020 at 03:11 PM