Thank You United Way!

VIP Services was among a group of organizations to receive a donation from The United Way. We appreciate this support! #unitedway #lifeatvip #supportvip #lovewhatwedo
NEWS RELEASE: Walworth County, in partnership with the United Way of Walworth County (UWWC), has awarded approximately $75,000 to 22 area nonprofits through the second round of funding through the American Rescue Act grant-funding program. Announced in December 2021, the grant-funding program is intended to offset the negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic incurred by local 501(c)(3) agencies.
Pictured below: Walworth County Administrator Mark Luberda and United Way of Walworth County CEO Tammy Dunn hold a $75,000 check while surrounded by grant recipient organization representatives from Boys & Girls Club of Walworth County, Community Action Twin Oaks Shelter, Dementia Friendly Community Initiative, Fontana Parent Teacher Student Organization, Geneva Lakes Family YMCA, Habitat for Humanity, Inspiration Ministries, Join the Movement, Lake Geneva United Methodist Church, New Beginnings APFV, New Day Women’s Clinic, Safe Families for Children Southeastern Wisconsin, Seeds of Hope, Special Methods in Learning Equine Skills (SMILES), Tree House Child and Family Center, VIP Services, Walworth County Drug and Alcohol Coalition, United Way of Walworth County, and Walworth County Literacy Council. Also pictured are Walworth County Board Chair Rick Stacey, Walworth County Recovery Grant Manager Richard Abbott, UWWC Development Director Mindy Amodeo and UWWC Board Members Elisabeth Partyka, Gina Dingman and Sunny Minx.