Our experience tells us the best way to help the most people is to focus on the underlying causes of the most serious problems. Here in our community, we’re focused on critical issues like:
  • helping individuals have access to healthcare

  • providing children and adults with education and life skills

  • ensuring basic needs and emergency services are available
It takes the whole community working together to reach our goals in these areas. So we bring people together from all across the community— government, business, faith groups, non profits, and concerned citizens. If it requires fundraising or getting people to work together, that’s what we do.

Your United Way contribution works to bring lasting change right here because that’s what matters.



Last year, your gift to United Way touched the lives of 1 in 5 people in our community. Thanks to your support, seniors were able to remain independent, children received new clothes for school, and families received emergency assistance with food, medicine, and utilities.

United Way’s priorities reflect our community’s changing needs. Throughout the year, United Way is mobilizing trained volunteers to study those needs, and only after careful consideration, do they choose to invest resources where they will get measurable results.

United Way works diligently and responsibly to maximize our donors’ investments. By partnering with volunteers to assist in the annual campaign and encouraging collaboration among our community partners, United Way is able to ensure that your gift has a greater impact.

Nothing is more important to us than the trust and confidence of our donors. As the leading charitable institution in our community, representing their wishes is critical to our continued success. At United Way, we know that trust can never be assumed–it is earned.



Whether you donate your time or give through the annual campaign, your United Way contribution is an investment in our community.

Making an individual gift or giving through your employer's charitable giving campaign to the Community Care Fund is the easiest and most powerful way to improve lives.

Your contribution, no matter how great or small, makes a difference. When combined with the gifts of others, you are supporting a coordinated network of health and human services that are changing lives for at-risk kids, senior citizens, people with disabilities, and many more of your friends and neighbors.

By focusing our community's resources on the most pressing needs,we are able to provide solutions and make a lasting impact right here in our community. That's the strength of the United Way.

United Ways work with volunteers and local nonprofits to develop the best opportunities for youth, bust working adults, and seniors to serve. For more information on how you can get involved, click HERE.

By calling 211, our region's information referral line, your family and friends can find assistance. Click HERE for more information.
The web sites listed below provide helpful information for businesses and the general public. Clicking on a web site name will cause a new window to open.

  • Loudon County Chamber of Commerce
  • Comprehensive information about Loudon County for businesses and individuals
  • Government Benefits
  • Information on State and Federal Benefit Programs
  • Protecting Your Assets from Abuse
  • Disabled adults, seniors and caregivers can learn how to recognize and avoid financial abuse, neglect and exploitation
  • FamilyWize Perscription Drug card
  • The FamilyWize Prescription Drug Discount Card enables you to receive discounted pricing on prescription drugs. This is not insurance. Rather, it is a program that offers immediate discounts on prescription drugs at participating pharmacies. Simply present your card with each prescription from your doctor to the participating pharmacy at the time of purchase to receive your discounts. If you need to transfer a prescription, bring your empty prescription bottle or label with you to the pharmacy.
  • TN Commission on Aging and Disablity
  • The Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability (formerly the Commission on Aging) was created by the Tennessee General Assembly in 1963. The Commission is the designated state agency on aging and is mandated to provide leadership relative to aging issues on behalf of older persons in the state. Twenty-five members serve on the policy and decision-making board with eighteen members being appointed by the Governor.
     

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