Education, financial stability and health are the building blocks of a safe and stable life … quality education helps children and adults succeed, financial stability increases independence and access to healthcare promotes wellness at all ages.
With more than 45 partner agencies, the Heart of Illinois United Way funds more than 80 education, financial stability and health programs annually. As the Heart of Illinois United Way is the largest non-governmental funder of health and human care programs in central Illinois, our United Way serves Peoria, Tazewell, Woodford, Marshall, Stark and Putnam counties.
In addition, the Heart of Illinois United Way has initiatives and collaborations to further address specific needs including Success By 6, Supporting Student Success (S3) and 2-1-1.
Collectively, Heart of Illinois United Way funded programs and initiatives help 100,000 people each year.
The Heart of Illinois United Way is at work every day in our community ensuring the people of central Illinois have access to physical and mental healthcare, can obtain a quality education at any age, and maintain financial stability.
As the largest non-governmental funder of local health and human care programs, the Heart of Illinois United Way’s Community Impact Fund positions our organization as the leader in addressing critical social service concerns by researching, establishing and funding outcomes and initiatives.
Hearts of Illinois United Way Partner Agencies provide services that align with our Community Impact Fund and address needs outlined in the Peoria Area Community Assessment.
Contact the Heart of Illinois 2-1-1 Information and Referral Service for up-to-date agency and program information.
Learn how Heart of Illinois United Way is positively impacting central Illinois through special initiatives and collaborations.