Keep Kids on Track
When kids hit reading and math milestones, we know they are on track for college. We are providing tutors and small groups to make sure all kids receive the help they need to stay on track.
United Way is proud to serve as a community partner of the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading in the Sacramento region. The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading is a nationwide initiative dedicated to empowering young children to read at grade-level by the end of the third grade. Read below to find out how United Way and its partners are leading the way to get kids reading!
One in five students is food insecure in the capital region,
which is higher than the national average. Students who go
to school hungry
are unable to focus and learn.
United Way’s Healthy Meals program aims to increase children’s access to well-balanced, nutritious free meals to fuel their ability to learn, play and grow.
Last year, our local United Way served 198,959 meals to local students at 13 after school programs and 23 community sites.