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Unity Campaign

What is the Unity Campaign?

Launched in 2014, the Unity Campaign was built on the success of two previous fundraising efforts – Frederick 48 and Frederick News-Post’s Season of Hope. When county funding for our local nonprofits were being eliminated, an effort was begun to “fill the gap” by raising funds from the Frederick Community. The Unity Campaign has a clear and vital mission to support local nonprofits who serve ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) households in need of food, shelter, clothing, financial sustainability and healthcare as well as at-risk children and youth. Starting in 2017, the Unity Campaign became a annual project of United Way of Frederick County. The Frederick News-Post remains a strong partner of the campaign. 

 

Information about the 2020 Unity Campaign will be added to this site as it becomes available.


2019 Unity Campaign Nonprofit Partners

Advocates for Homeless Families
American Red Cross Western Maryland Chapter
Arc of Frederick County
Asian American Center of Frederick
Blessings in a Backpack
Boys & Girls Club of Frederick County
Care Net Pregnancy Center of Frederick
Central Maryland YFC
Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership
City Youth Matrix
Federated Charities
The Frederick Center, Inc.
Frederick Children's Chorus
Frederick County Humane Society
The Frederick Rescue Mission
Girls on the Run of Mid & Western Maryland
Habitat for Humanity of Frederick County
Interfaith Housing Alliance
L'Arche Frederick Maryland, Inc.
Literacy Council of Frederick County
Marriage Resource Center of Frederick County
Maryland Ensemble Theatre
New Hope Community Partnership, Inc.
Partners In Care
The Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs
Second Chances Garage, Inc.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul-St John Conference
Spanish Speaking Community of Maryland, Inc.
Student Homelessness Initiative Partnership (SHIP) of Frederick County
United Way of Frederick County
Woman to Woman Mentoring, Inc.
YMCA of Frederick County

 

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