The United Way of Rockland County increases the value and impact of community support and resources through collaborations that advance the common good for people who live and work in Rockland County. The United Way of Rockland envisions a community where individuals and families have the skills to achieve a quality education, economic security and a healthy lifestyle. In support of this vision the United Way of Rockland partners with organizations and groups, and offers Community Impact Grants.
Income - Individuals and families have the skills to achieve economic security
One to One Learning Program
This program provides English classes, support services, financial management workshops, health workshops and screening, parenting workshops and a school readiness children's program.
One to One Learning coordinates this program inn partnership with Catholic Community Services of Rockland.
This program provides free prescription discount cards offering savings for those without insurance or who cannot afford prescription drugs.
United Way of Rockland coordinates this program in partnership with FamilyWize Community Partnership.
Creating Assets, Savings and Hope (CA$H) Program
This program provides free tax preparation, financial educational information and community resource information.
AARP coordinates this program in partnership with United Way of Rockland. United Way of Rockland coordinates this program in partnership with AARP.
Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP)
This program provides grants to organizations to help expand the capacity of emergency food and shelter programs in high need areas around Rockland County.
United Way of Rockland coordinates this program on behalf of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency.