United Way announces funding

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The United Way of Southern Kentucky will distribute $900,707 to partner agencies to improve the lives of individuals, families and the elderly living in Warren County.

American Red Cross-Armed Forces Emergency Services $ 7,249
Blood Services Donor Development $7,915
Disaster Services $14,583
Barren River Area Safe Space-Domestic Abuse Services $86,289
Safety First $15,000
Barren River Long Term Care Ombudsman $38,079
Big Brothers Big Sisters- One to One Mentoring $55,072
Boy Scouts of America, Shawnee Trails $17,432
CASA of South Central KY $39,647
Community Action of Southern KY $41,004
Family Enrichment Center- Wee Care & Respite $83,600
Girls Inc.- After School/Reconnecting Youth $99,131
Hope Harbor- Education Program $33,934
Hospice of Southern Kentucky $38,197
Kentucky Legal Aid $55,481
Kids on the Block $12,659
Phoenix House $43,491
Regional Child Development Clinics $52,420
The International Center-Learn English & Prosper $15,789
The Salvation Army-Homeless Program $75,127
-Feeding Program $40,127