Goal: Helping Children and Youth Achieve Their Potential 
$35,050 Funded

Black Swamp Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Scouting: Youth Development: $1,800 grant

Helps develop the full potential of each youth member by teaching them self-reliance, responsibility, community service, citizenship, and leadership.

CPC Women's Health Resource
Earn While You Learn: $5,000 grant

Helps to make better parents, citizens, and persons in the community by providing services free of charge through parenting classes. 

Educating Community on Healthy Opportunities (ECHO)
Substance Abuse Prevention: $500 grant
Promotes substance abuse prevention programming and educating and generating awareness about healthy lifestyles.

Educating Community on Healthy Opportunities (ECHO)
Youth-Led Programming: $500 grant
Helps young people collectively engage in a data-driven planning process to create and implement a strategic plan that uses evidence-based strategies to create community-level change.

Never Let Go Ministries
Outreach Program: $2,250 grant
Aims to end the stigma associated with alcohol/drug abuse, help youth see the consequences of that lifestyle, and provide tools to help people in recovery. 

Project Respect
School Programming: $5,500 grant
Aims to help youth understand the importance of making wise choices/decisions and being able to say no to risky behavior.  

Williams County Family YMCA
2nd Grade Swimming Lessons: $4,000 grant
Brings 2nd-grade children to the Y for swim lessons to help students go from fearful non-swimmers to swimmers.

United Way of Williams County
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library: $15,500 grant
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library supports literacy, family time, and builds a library for children under 5.  Our largest funded program, Dolly Parton's Imagination Library has become a staple program for our county.