Tri-Lakes United Way

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United Way of the Ozarks improves lives by raising funds and uniting support around our communities' critical needs and red flags.

Tri-Lakes United Way, a division of United Way of the Ozarks, works to invest dollars raised by local supporters into non-profit agencies that are meeting the basic health and human service needs of friends and neighbors in Taney and Stone counties.

Tri-Lakes United Way Advisory Board

Board Chair – Lynne Yaggy, Cox Health
Janet Akers, Branson Chamber of Commerce/CVB
Tammy Panter, The Bank of Missouri
Roz Slavik, Community Volunteer
Melody Pettit Shuck,City of Branson
Sean Woods, Hollister School District
Pamela Yancey, Arvest Bank
Rick Ziegenfuss, City of Hollister

 

The 2020 grant cycle opens in December 2019. Applications can be found here
and will be due in January 2020. Grants will be awarded in March 2020.