Our Board of Directors is made up of 8 volunteer members of the community. They all are dedicated to United Way of Morgan County's mission and donate their time to make sure we provide the best services that we can.
Seeing a need for funding and coordination of local charities, Frances Wisebart Jacobs, along with a priest, two ministers and a rabbi, came together to form what is now known as United Way. United Ways are now located all across the world and provide funding, coordination, and referrals to over 1,800 communities. United Way of Morgan County in Fort Morgan was created in 1958, and has since been providing funding to local nonprofits who are all a vital part of our close knit community, for over 60 years now. We currently fund 18 Partner Agencies.
We increase the capacity to care for people and create positive changes for our county's residents through funding local agencies and by working in community partnerships.
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