Making poverty temporary
Too many children and their hardworking parents know too well what it’s like to live without.
Without food. Without a place to call home. Without a doctor. Without affordable heat. Without a job with room for them to grow. Without knowing college is even an option.
United Way of Pioneer Valley is committed to empowering those living with economic instability by securing opportunities to achieve financial independence, career success, and permanent affordable housing.
Enhancing financial stability in Hampden County
Financial Stability Network
We convene the Financial Stability Network, a network consisting of a range of providers and stakeholders committed to advancing Hampden County residents' financial stability.
Thrive financial success centers provide college students in our community with the resources and assistance to become financially stable by offering services to improve credit scores, reduce debt, build income, and increase assets. The center provides a “one stop shop” for a variety of financial literary topics, helping 300 students within the first year and 500 students annually.
To learn more, visit uwpv.org/thrive.
Get a free prescription drug savings card
United Way of Pioneer Valley partners with Singlecare (formerly Familywize) to ensure patients in our area can afford their prescriptions. Since beginning this partnership, over 44,000 of our neighbors saved $3,000,000 on prescriptions. Click on the card to learn more.
Show your pharmacist the SingleCare card every time you fill prescription. This allows you to get the lowest price possible – from SingleCare, from the pharmacy, or from your insurance.