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Interested in becoming a nonprofit under the Seward County United Way umbrella? 2018-2019 allocation application is now available! You must be a 501(c)3 to apply.
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2017 Seward County United Way Campaign
Is your business looking to get involved with our local community? Now is your chance to hear about Seward County United Way and its 25 agencies and counting! Book your appointment to hear a presentation from the Executive Director and get your employees involved as well! Seward County United Way accepts all forms of donations including: Individual Donations, Payroll Deductions or give back to your community by becoming a volunteer. Not sure what Seward County United Way does? Check out our agency tab to see the 25 agencies we help assist! Together we can LIVE UNITED.
We Are Building A Better Community.
We Are Seward County United Way.
The Seward County United Way in Liberal, Kansas, helps individuals and families throughout the county and many of our agencies serve individuals throughout the southwest region.
Our agencies help build a better community by supporting youth and education, assisting abused women and children, responding to people in crisis, building stronger and safer neighborhoods, enabling seniors and people with disabilities, and helping working poor families.
The Seward County United Way supports 26 agencies!
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You can donate online to the Seward County United Way via Pay Pal.
Dial 211 for referral assistance 24/7
Dialing 2-1-1 is an easy way to get you into contact with agencies that can assist you across the state of Kansas. It is a free and confidential service staffed with bilingual operators that work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is also the contact number to use during a community crisis. Thanks to generous state-wide grants, no local funds are needed for this program. You can also go to the Kansas 211 website to find agencies that can assist you. Click here for the web site.