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Our Work

Programs At A Glance

In addition to raising funds to support over 22 local non-profit agencies and programs that are providing critical services in our community, United Way of Northern California supports programs that help advance the common good. 

 

2-1-1

2-1-1 is a free phone number and online searchable database that connects community members quickly and effectively to information about and referrals to health and human services for every day needs and in times of crisis.  

For more information, click here.


 

Coast2CoastRX Prescription Drug Discount Card

The Coast2Coast Prescription Discount Card is a free card that can be used by anyone to save money on prescription medicine. There is no enrollment, eligibility, paperwork, or fee and no personal information is collected or shared.  One card is good for the entire family. 

For more information, click here.


Prosperity Initiative

The United Way of Northern California has partnered with Shasta County Health and Human Services to form a community collaborative focused on wealth and asset building for all residents of Shasta County. Prosperity will follow a Collective Impact framework to increase self-sufficiency, security, and community vibrancy for all residents.

To learn more about Collective Impact click here.


Volunteer NorCal

Need one hub where you can learn all the ways you can be active in the community? United Way of Northern California has launched a new online volunteer and donor opportunity system, making it easier to collaborate, connect, and create relationships among local nonprofits and community members. If you have questions about the Volunteer NorCal site or volunteering, contact the United Way of Northern California at 530-241-7521.

Click here to create a profile!


LIVE UNITED Ambassador

LIVE UNITED Ambassadors assist with the annual United Way fundraising campaign by presenting at employer groups throughout the community about workplace giving.  The program provides volunteers with valuable, job-transferrable skills, helps them to develop job history to build or fill resume gaps, and develops their civic leadership by exposing them to our community's most pressing needs and the non-profit agencies and programs addressing those needs. 

For more information, click here.