The Campaign's Impact

The Dartmouth community and Granite United Way have partnered to improve lives in the Upper Valley since 1971. 

Dartmouth employees volunteering and gardening at Hixon House

Granite United Way works with non-profit organizations that are critical to the health of our community, investing in programs that truly impact individuals' lives in measurable and definable ways. 

Each year these supported organizations provide services that help thousands of our neighbors, ranging from safe shelter, food pantries, hospice visits, and job training to fuel assistance, prevention programs, counseling, and warm clothing.

The United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community, because everyone deserves to be healthy. 

Over 38 local non-profit organizations and agencies received funding from Granite United Way in 2020.

 

 


Gauging Need: Community Assessment Reports

View the latest Community Needs Assessment for the Upper Valley and review this visual presentation to learn more about the pressing needs facing our region. This research helps inform the allocation of funds donated through the United Way by highlighting the areas of greatest need, where the opportunity to make an impact is large.