Partner Agencies

Our Partner Agencies

At United Way of Orange County, we are proud to provide our Partner Agencies with more than just funds. Being a Partner Agency also includes receiving valuable guidance, support and resources such as educational sessions, professional development, collaborations with other nonprofits and networking opportunities to help support their work and build a stronger community.  

We are honored to call these organizations Partner Agencies:

 

Health * Education * Financial Stability

  • Anayat House   409-833-0649   www.anayathouse.org
    Anayat House, Inc. provides overnight accomodations for family members of patients at local Beaumont, Texas hospitals; especially those patients in intensive care units, parents with newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit and individuals with out-patient service needs. 

  • Boy Scouts - Three Rivers Council   409-842-5240   www.3riversbsa.org
    Boy Scouts of America - Three Rivers Council provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and develops personal fitness.

  • CASA of the Sabine Neches Region   409-886-2272   www.casasnr.org
    CASA of the Sabine Neches Region gives voices to the abused and neglected children in Hardin, Jefferson, Jasper, Newton, Orange, Sabine and Tyler counties in Texas.  

  • Crisis Center of Southeast Texas (Rape and Suicide)   409-832-6530    http://www.rapesuicidebeaumont.org
    The Crisis Center of Southeast Texas exists for those impacted by rape, sexual assault and suicide.  They support victims, their trauma, their courage and the resolution of their crisis.

  • Family Services of SETX (Women and Children's Shelter)   409-833-2668   https://www.westrengthenfamilies.org/
    Family Services of Southeast Texas offer a facility where women and children can stay while they prepare to make a fresh start apart from their abuser.  Not only are housing needs met at the shelter, but residents are also provided with meals, access to libraries and computer labs and age-appropriate play areas for children.

  • GOALS (Greater Orange Area Literacy)   409-886-4311   www.Goals-setx.com
    GOALS is an adult literacy program that is dedicated to providing adult basic education to individuals with a reading level below the 6th grade level or English as a second language (for non-English speakers).  GOALS also assists with GED preparation, Family Literacy and Workplace Literacy.  

  • Jackson Community Center   409-779-1981   www.jccorange.org
    Jackson Community Center provides supportive social service programs to the lower income communities and residents of East Orange.  They offer tutoring, a community garden, and tax preparation assistance for low-income individuals. 

  • OCAA (Orange Community Action Association) - Meals on Wheels   409-886-2186 
    Meals on Wheels provides hundreds of meals every weekday to seniors and homebound residents in Orange County.  They also have four Senior Meal Centers established throughout the community.

  • OCARC, Inc.   409-886-1363   https://ocarc.com
    OCARC provided intellectually challanged adults an opportunity for vocational training.  They also provide daily rehabilitation services, which focus on building social, cognitive and self-help skills.  

  • Recovery Council of Southeast Texas - Right Choice of Orange County   409-670-9524   www.recoverycouncilsetx.org/
    Right Choice is an outpatient treatment program with sessions for individuals or groups.  Right Choice utilizes a multitude of approaches to include brief intervention, relapse pervention therapy, behavioral therapy and motivational counseling.  

  • Recovery Council of Southeast Texas - Unity Treatment Center   409-842-2408    www.recoverycouncilsetx.org/
    Unity Treatment Center is a male, inpatient treatment facility which offers individual counseling, group counseling and education on how to maintain an alcohol/drug free lifestyle after discharge.

  • Salvation Army    409-291-8400    www.salvationarmytexas.org/orange
    The Salvation Army is a ministry which provides a food pantry and offers social service assistance to individuals.

  • Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club   409-291-8400   www.salvationarmytexas.org/bgctx
    The Boys and Girls Club includes after-school care, summer day camp, as well as sporting opportunities for our youth.  

  • Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas   409-727-6400   http://www.sccset.org/
    Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeast Texas is a counseling organization that uses the concept of mind, body and spirit to promote the healing and growth of people and the reconciliation of couples, families and organizations.

  • Shorkey Center   409-838-6568   www.shorkey.org/
    The Shorkey Center provides Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and Aquatic Therapy to children.  The Center also provides a day treatment school for children with Autism and those with Down Syndrome.   

  • Southeast Texas Hopice   409-886-0622   www.setxhospice.org/
    Southeast Texas Hopsice is dedicated to caring for terminally ill patients and their families.  

  • Spindletop Center - Tejas Center   409-883-3864   www.spindletopcenter.org/
    Spindletop Center provides a varitey of behavioral health care services to people with mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities and chemical dependency.  Spindletop's Tejas Center is located in Orange.  

  • Stable-Spirit   409-365-5277   www.stable-spirit.org/home.php
    Stable-Spirit provides the community with opportunities that inspire positive mental, emotional, and physical health through professionally guided interaction with horses.  They offer EAGALA Certified Sessions, Hippotherapy Sessions - partnered with Kids Therapy SET, and Therapeutic Riding Lessons.

  • Vidor Childrens Fund   409-790-3515 
    Vidor Children's Fund provides school age children new shoes and clothes for those in Vidor.  

  • YMCA of Southeast Texas   409-962-6644   www.ymcasetx.org/
    YMCA offers programs to help build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all,  They also offer youth development and social responsibilty.  

 

Criteria to Become a Partner Agency

  • Agency must have non-profit status as defined under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
  • Agency must offer a program that addresses a clearly demonstrated community need in reference to at least one of three areas of United Way focus of health, education, or financial stability.
  • Agency must provide needs or services to residents of at least one of the following zip codes: 77611, 77614, 77626, 77630, 77631, 77632, 77639, 77662, 77670.
  • Agency services must be available to citizens of the community without regard to race, religion, national origin, or political creed.
  • Agency must maintain an active local governing board of adequate size, background, and diversity to represent the community, serving without compensation, holding regular, documented meetings (at least quarterly) and demonstrating effective administrative control.  Minutes are to be available to United Way of Orange County upon request.
  • Agency must be in existence for a minimum of three years.  Agency must have annual audit or compiled financial statements for those three years completed by a Certified Public Accountant acceptable to the United Way. This requirement must be repeated for each subsequent funding request. Agencies must also submit their most current IRS Form 990.

 

Letter of Intent

Purpose of LOI

  • To communicate interest in becoming/remaining a Partner Agency for United Way of Orange County. 
  • The LOI MUST be submitted online no later than January 22, 2021 to be eligible to apply for 2022 grant funding.
  • Submission of the LOI does NOT guarantee funding from United Way of Orange County.

Additional details were provided with your submittion of the LOI.

 

 

2021 Grant Process Timeline for 2022 Funding

January 4th             Letter of Intent (LOI) available online for interested agencies

January 22nd          Deadline to submit LOI

January 27th           Invitations to apply sent to agencies

March 19th             Applications due by 3:00 p.m.

March – April        Agency Site Visits

April                       Agency Grant Request Presentations

May                        Agency Allocations Announced to Partner Agencies

2022                       Agency quarterly reports due

2022                       Agency grants paid quarterly