Funded partners help the United Way advance the common good by enhancing the quality of life in our community.
When you see the United Way Funded Partner logo, you can be confident that they've gone through a rigorous Community Review process to become one of our Funded Partners. Every partner goes through this process each year to provide detailed information on their programs, financials, and outcomes.
American Red Cross
Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergency by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Boy Scouts of America
Proudly serves youth in North Central West Virginia by providing them with programs that build character, provide citizenship training, and develop personal fitness.
CASA of Marion County
Recruits, screens, and trains Court Appointed Special Advocates volunteers who are appointed by judge to speak for the best interest of abused and neglect children in the court system until the children are placed in a safe and permanent home.
Dedicated to empowering residents of Marion County through meeting their crisis needs for emergency financial assistance and by linking individuals and families with appropriate services, such as employment or training programs, budget counseling, and other services within the community in which they live and work.
Disability Action Center
A comprehensive education, training, and enrichment center for individuals with disabilities and their families. A place for individuals of all abilities to learn, train, work, recreate, advocate, and be supported in setting and reaching life goals.
Provides in-home and chore services, to residents confined to their home due to illness/disability. Provides counseling and parenting education to families in crisis.
Non-profit agency licensed by the Family Protection Services Board, which provides shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Provide a vital service in our area, inspiring and teaching young learners to develop interest and confidence in fields that will lead them to promising careers in the future.
Provides free tutoring primarily to adults in reading, math, writing, English as a second language (ESL), and High School Equivalency (TASC). Also provide tutoring for children in reading and math.
Mannington Food Pantry
Provides food orders, household items, and clothing to families and individuals in need throughout Marion County and parts of Wetzel County.
Marion County Child Advocacy Center
Empowering children. Restoring hope. Ending abuse. Ensures guidance, protection, and help to children and families affected by abuse.
Marion County FRN
Works to facilitate a system of preventative education and early intervention activities keeping Marion County children safe and their families healthy.
Marion County Senior Center
Provides services to individuals 60 years or over, including transportation, in-home services, home delivered and congregate meals. These services give seniors the ability to maintain their dignity and a choice to remain in their own homes.
Milan Puskar Health Right
Free and charitable clinic providing healthcare to those who are uninsured or underinsured. The Friendship House Fairmont is a peer recovery drop-in center for anyone with mental health or substance abuse concerns.
On Eagles’ Wings
Provides a safe environment for individuals with disabilities, enabling them to enrich and enhance their lives through equine assisted activities and therapies. Participants include children and adults with physical, cognitive, emotional, and social disabilities and challenges.
Helps people with disabilities find great jobs and live independent lives by providing job training, placement, and support services.
A learning enrichment center for children in grades K-8. We provide academic and enrichment activities that promote literacy, mathematics comprehension skills, STEM exploration, social skills, and civic awareness.
Cares for the total community by addressing Marion County residents' individual barriers to self sufficiency by caring for their immediate and long-term needs.
Scott Place Shelter
Provides housing focused emergency shelter and operates permanent housing units to assist individuals experiencing homelessness in securing permanent housing and increasing income.
Serves a lunch time meal seven days a week, 365 days a year. Also offers hygiene products, baby food, diapers, and has a shower and laundry facility.
Provides residential treatment for males ages 12-21, with challenges including, abuse/neglect, trauma, truancy, academic difficulties, and delinquent offenses. We teach residents respect for themselves, their community, and the world through education and re-education with the goal of changing the cycle of behaviors that lead to involvement in the child welfare system.
A membership movement of women and girls, operates under the premise that members together can make changes in institutional systems, legislation, communities, our nation and the world; changes that will insure peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all people.