Member Agencies

United Way of Christian County  Member Agencies. Your donation helps these agencies serve thousands of individuals throughout Christian County! 

Boyd Dappert Recreational Area for Christian County provides for area youth groups, for conservation, education, recreation and other activities for Scouts, Schools, 4H, church groups, or any similar organization.


Camp New Hope provides a safe and caring camp for people with developmental disabilities to experience fun and companionship, allowing a break for families and caregivers.


Christian County Ag Literacy increases agriculture literacy through K-12 education with Ag-in-the-classroom programs.


Christian County CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) offers high school seniors the tools, encouragement, and opportunity to return to their home town to start successful businesses, create and retain jobs, encourage entrepreneurship, and give back to the community


Christian County Prevention Coalition is a group of volunteers from various sectors of the community working toward a community free of alcohol, tobacco, and drug abuse by individuals in general and youth in particular.


Christian County Historical Society and Museum continues to provide a historical resource for student groups, adult groups, and individual tours with an enriching look into the past as it relates to Christian County.


Christian County YMCA strengthens the community by emphasizing Christian principles in programming focused on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. The “Y” provides values-based programs and services for over 8,000 individuals in Christian County.


Community Mission Center provides those in need in Christian County with clothing, furniture, household, and hygiene items.


Dinner Seasoned with Love Our Community Table since 2007, has been nourishing hungry bodies and spirits in our Community by serving a free hot meal on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Anyone can join our table during meal time.


Faith In Action assists the elderly, homebound, disabled, and their families to maintain their independence, dignity, and quality of life by providing minor home repairs, transportation, respite care, and errand running, which allows individuals to remain independent in their own homes.


Five Loaves and Two Fish provides food to those who struggle financially and live in Mt. Auburn area.
Girls on the Run of Central Illinois is a program to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident, using a fun experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.


Hope House of Central Illinois is a refuge for grieving parents and their families to find hope following the loss of a child. You can find out more at hopehouseofcentralillinois.org.


Kemmerer Village’s Equine Therapy allows children to learn about themselves, other people, and how to interact with the world. Equine Therapy is open to all 100 children in the Residential and Foster Care programs which serves children from all across Illinois.


Loving Arms Pregnancy Center provides class and educational materials on topics such as what to expect during pregnancy, how to care for your newborn baby, nutrition, bonding, emotional and cognitive development, and discipline.


Midland Area Food Pantry provides food to those who struggle financially and live in the Midland/South Fork area.


Missions for Taylorville is an interdenominational Taylorville community mission to help people by doing jobs around their homes that they are not able to do themselves.


Senior Citizens of Christian County administers county-wide handicapped accessible van services for seniors 60 years and older.


Shadow Home provides shelter for homeless, abandoned or abused women and their children to break the cycle of hopelessness and dependency.


Taylorville Community Garden provides access to a community garden experience while cultivating community through education and locally grown food.


Taylorville Food Pantry is a volunteer operated food pantry providing nutritious food assistance with a compassionate heart. Available monthly to residents in the Taylorville Area.


Taylorville Ministerial Association provides short-term assistance to individuals and families in need through food, lodging, or fuel vouchers.


Youth Service Bureau -The mission is to divert youth from juvenile justice or child welfare systems by providing access to comprehensive community based services aimed at prevention, diversion or treatment. The mission also includes serving the needs of the homeless adolescent