United Way of Madison County is moving to the next level of help for the Madison County community. While United Way’s COVID-19 funds continue to help with food, rent/utility assistance, transportation and other essentials, they continue to see individuals and families struggle as the state opens up. Babies, children, teens, families, seniors, veterans, folks with disabilities — our neighbors continue to be impacted by COVID-19.
That’s where United Way and its partners come in. United Way’s Day of Action 2020 is a community-wide supply drive. United Way invites corporations and businesses, individuals, families, and groups to collect items that are still needed as some struggle and others recover. By organizing a community supply drive anyone can find a ready way to help. To make it easy, United Way and its 27 nonprofit partner agency experts have identified items they and their clients need. Every donation allows these community servants to help more.
Register to secure a customized “shopping list” of items most needed, organized by agency need or categories of items.
Between now and June 29, items can be collected and they are asking anyone who can, to do what’s possible for them. The drives will culminate with a safe-distancing “drive by and drop off” event at United Way’s offices (701 Andrew Jackson Way, NE, Huntsville, AL 35801) between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and noon on Tuesday, June 30. More information is available by calling 256-518-8203 or 256-536-0745 or visiting United Way of Madison County on Facebook.