The United Way of Amarillo-Canyon focused on ten things about our community that will determine how this year’s campaign drive funds will be spent.
Criteria used included grit and resilience, suicide, refugees, cost of childcare, income inequity, education, adolescent mothers, abuse, and response to need.
During the presentation, a panel discussed how their resources could be used for the community.
A new program called A.L.I.C.E was also discussed. A.L.I.C.E is short for Assets Limited, Income constrained, and Employment.
The full report will be made available to the public soon.