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2016 Make A Difference Grant Program The purpose of the Make a Difference mini-grant program is to achieve a more flexible funding posture... Read More
This year will bring you and your volunteer team closer together with projects from weeding and planting at a neighborhood school, to... Read More
Konza United Way is pleased to announce that its six Pacesetter companies raised $103,100 for the 2015 United Way campaign that will... Read More
Your United Way gift assisted a depressed husband whose wife filed for divorce, leaving him penniless and on the verge... Read More
Read to a child. You’re likely to enjoy it. He’s likely to graduate. Children who are read to are more likely to become... Read More
Konza United Way strives to advance the education, health, and financial stability of our community. In our six-county... Read More
A local mother and her two daughters were given a court-ordered eviction with four days to vacate their apartment.... Read More
LIVE UNITED. It's a credo. A mission. A goal. A constant reminder that when we reach out a hand to one, we influence... Read More

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Riley County Community Needs Assessment

Pottawatomie County Community Needs Assessment

The Riley County Seniors' Service Center (RCSSC), in conjunction with other social service agencies and community organizations, coordinated a comprehensive community needs assessment for Riley County. The goals of the needs assessment were to: 1) identify the assets of the community; 2) identify unmet community needs; and 3) initiate discussions to identify possible solutions to address the unmet needs. It has been more than 20-years since the last comprehensive community needs assessment.


Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life: a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement...

Benefits of Conducting a United Way Campaign for Your Employees

Payroll Deduction is a benefit you provide your employees that costs you only a slight amount of time and provides your employees with the optional opportunity to be philanthropists in their own community. Donating by payroll deduction is easy for them, tax deductible, and efficient. Just a dollar or two per pay period adds up and has an incredible impact in our community. Join us in living united! 

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