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Partner Agencies

Our list will be updated at the end of March to reflect our 2018 partner agencies.

Below is the list of our 2017 Partner Agencies as well as some answers to questions some donors often have about our partners.  Our 2017 Partner Agencies will be receiving a total of $207,847. To see full details of these LOCAL organizations, please click on our 2017 Partner Agency Listing.


What Does it Mean to be a United Way Partner Agency?

Any organization listed as a Partner Agency is an organization that was approved for quarterly grant funding from our United Way.  That approval is determined through an application review and interview process, led by the United Way board of directors and multiple community volunteers.  The UW board of directors determines the final grant allocations.

Who Can Apply to be a Partner Agency?

Any LOCAL organization that maintains nonprofit status, that provides programs/services related to education/health/financial stability to local clients, and that completes our annual application process, including the submission of financial statements and documents.

Why Would an Organization NOT be Listed as  Partner Agency?

There are only three reasons a local organization would not be listed as a United Way Partner Agency: 1) they did not complete an annual application, 2) they did not meet the requirements to become a partner agency, or 3) the review team and/or United Way board of directors had concerns over the information in the application or financial statements and did not feel comfortable allocating donor dollars to the organization (very rare).  All 28 organizations that applied for 2017 partner agency funding were approved as partners!


2017 Partner Agencies – total of $207,847 allocated for 2017 funding

Bethel House
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boys & Girls Club of Fort Atkinson
Community Action Coalition
Community Dental Clinic
Conexiones Latinas
Fort Atkinson School District, Family Connections Program
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin, Badgerland Council
Hoard Curtis Scout Camp
Impact 211, resource database
Integrated Counseling Services
Jefferson County, Head Start Dental Program
Jefferson County, Incredible Years Parenting Program
Jefferson County Literacy Council
Opportunities, Employment Services Program
People Against Domestic & Sexual Abuse (PADA)
Parents Cooperative Preschool
Rainbow Hospice
Recovery Support Center
Rock River Free Clinic
Sable House
Small World Preschool
Studio 84
The Salvation Army
W3: Working for Whitewater’s Wellness
Whitewater Unified School District, Adult ESL Program
Whitewater Unified School District, Family Connections Program
Your Friends In Action

The following LOCAL organizations also received grant funding through donor designations totaling $2,575.53.
Cambridge Community Activities Program
Glaciers Edge Council, Boy Scouts of America
Humane Society of Jefferson County
National Niemann Pick Foundation
Tomorrow’s Hope

Our United Way also distributed a total of $8,502.29 to three other United Way offices and $519.24 to five other out-of-area nonprofit agencies, as specifically designated by our donors.


Past support: See our 2016 Partner Agency Listing to review which LOCAL nonprofit organizations received funding from our United Way throughout 2016.