Our Partners

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Building A Brighter Future

United Way Galveston County Mainland is made up of problem solvers, difference makers, and opportunity creators. Together, our mission is to positively change the lives of people in our communities by investing in programs focused on Health, Education, and Financial Stability.


UWGCM Partner Agencies

The Advocacy Center facilitates agency collaboration regarding the prevention, investigation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse cases in a neutral and child-friendly environment.
(409) 741-6000   
Provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
(800) 733-2767    
Prepares young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
(409) 744-5206   
Provides youths from single parent homes with positive adult role models for encouragement, friendship, social skills development and academic achievement through one-to-one mentoring.
(409) 763-4638   
Provides trained volunteers to act as Guardians Ad Litem to abused and neglected children, and provides information to the court concerning the children's best interest.
(409) 572-2552   
Encourages self sufficiency by providing Emergency Rent & Utility Assistance to individuals in Texas City Independent School District.
(409) 948-0405   
Provides our aging citizens with meaningful programs and services to enhance/help them maintain their independence and quality of life.
(409) 643-5877   
Bringing HOPE and HEALING to those in need by promoting the mental health and well-being of individuals and families through counseling, education, and prevention.
(281) 576-6366   
Helps those who fight hunger by providing easy access to nutritional food, personal hygiene items and cleaning supplies for the economically disadvantaged and under served residents of Galveston County.
(409) 945-4232   
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
(800) 392-4340   

Encourages self sufficiency by providing Emergency Rent & Utility Assistance to individuals in Hitchcock Independent School District.
(409) 986-5632 

Provides hope, help and comfort to individuals & their families diagnosed with a life-limiting illness.
(409) 938-0070    
Provides a safe, affordable residential assisted living facility for adults with developmental or physical challenges.  It is a happy home that fosters independent lifestyles and community involvement.
(409) 935-4335   
Encourages self sufficiency by providing Emergency Financial Assistance to individuals in Clear Creek/Friendswood Independent School Districts.
(281) 332-3881   
A client choice pantry serving the communities of Texas City, La Marque, Santa Fe and Hitchcock. Provides free pregnancy testing, self-sufficiency program, and disaster recovery.
(409) 643-8240   
Encourages self sufficiency by providing Emergency Financial Assistance to individuals in Dickinson Independent School District.
(281) 534-2043   
Provides support, education and service advocacy to families and individuals affected by mental illness.
(281) 585-3100   

Provides Emergency Rent & Utility Assistance to individuals in the Santa Fe Independent School District (by appointment only).
(409) 927-4133

Provides recreational, social, and therapeutic programs for intellectually and/or physically challenged individuals.
(281) 482-3991   
Enhances independence, as well as community responsibility, and to foster self-esteem and dignity among individuals with developmental disabilities.
(409) 763-5029 
Supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.
(281) 245-3918
Provides food, clothing, rent and utility assistance, and emergency shelter to people facing hardships.
(409) 935-1190