The United Way of Davis County has announced its new funding allocations for 1998-99, with the Helpline Information & Referral and Volunteer Center receiving the most money - $66,813.
In a meeting at the Job Corp Center last week, the United Way also announced its donations to important community agencies in the county. Funding was allocated by 26 community volunteers. This year, the total agency allocations were slightly more than $1 million.Your Community Connection will receive $52,584, the Pioneer Adult Rehabilitation Center $50,596 and the Family Connection Center will be given $47,833.
Other allocations include: Davis Mental Health, $45,763; Davis County Coalition Against Violence, $44,063; Boy Scouts Great Salt Lake Council, $33,163; Boy Scouts Trapper Trails Council, $33,019; Healthy Steps, $24,837; American Red Cross Northern Utah Chapter, $20,312; Teen Line, $18,674; and Davis County Council on Infants, Children, Youth & Families, $17,382.
Family Counseling Service was awarded $17,914; Davis Dental Health received $17,205; ARC of Davis County, $15,065; and the Salvation Army, $14,490.
Other allocations were: Community Nursing Services, $13,278; TURN Community Services, $12,299; Catholic Community Services, $11,517; Enable Industries, $10,067; Intermountain Specialized Abuse Treatment Center, $7,866; American Red Cross Salt Lake Chapter, $6,957 and the McKay-Dee NICU Clinic, $5,000.
The Davis School District Cares Program, A Special Wish Foundation, Davis School District Foundation, Easter Seals Society, DATC Foundation Literacy Program, Literacy Action Center and Lutheran Social Services will receive a total of $34,903 from the United Way.
Another 15 agencies in the Salt Lake area that provide services to Davis County will receive a total of $10,880 and 12 agencies from Weber County that serve the area will be given $21,013. Other assorted agencies will receive a total of $15,825.