Chilton County - United Way of Central Alabama

Chilton County

UWCA ONBOARDS NEW CHILTON COUNTY AGENCIES

United Way of Central Alabama expanded from five to six counties to include Chilton County along with Jefferson, Shelby, Walker, Blount, and St. Clair counties on January 1, 2021.

“We feel that joining United Way of Central Alabama will give our agencies, clients, and volunteers greater opportunities and resources,” said Mary Mell Smith, Chilton County United Way Board Chairman.

UWCA is ecstatic to serve Chilton County and provide vital services and programs to its residents.

“This is a terrific opportunity for our communities to come together to expand our service area to six counties giving Chilton County and its agencies more resources and opportunities that might not currently be available,” said Langloh.

United Way of Central Alabama serves Jefferson, Shelby, Walker, Blount, St. Clair, and Chilton counties by providing solutions for the most critical needs in the community. Through its partner agencies and community initiatives, UWCA improves lives and community conditions by building and mobilizing resources. United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community.  For more information, visit www.uwca.org.

2022 Chilton County Investments 

United Way Partners in Chilton County

Butterfly Bridge
Central Alabama Wellness
Chilton County Emergency Assistance Center
Easter Seals – West Central Alabama Rehabilitation
Family Sunshine Center
Kelsey’s Place
Raleigh’s Place
SPAN of Chilton County
YMCA of Chilton County

Raleigh’s Place

As we move into year two of Chilton County and United Way of Central Alabama joining forces, funding includes nine partner agencies with local programs on the ground in Chilton County. Raleigh’s Place is one of those, which provides and supports foster homes, hosts a free summer camp, provides clothing and other resources, trains foster parents and equips teenage foster youth for life after care. Since Raleigh’s Place was founded, it has housed more than 300 foster children; more than 1,000 children have attended Camp 1:27; and 630 foster children and families have received clothing through Katie’s Kloset.