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United Way allocates funds for Davis agencies

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The United Way of Davis County has announced its funding allocation for the 1999-2000 campaign, with the Helpline & Referral and Volunteer Center receiving the most funds at $68,393.

Fund raising in the county for the United Way campaign earned a total of just over $1 million for the agency. Funding allocation was determined by 26 community volunteers who reviewed the programs and effectiveness for each agency.

The Davis County Coalition Against Violence received $57,587, the Family Connection Center was given $54,520 and the Pioneer Adult Rehabilitation Center got $54,108.

Other agencies and their allocations from the United Way were: Davis Behavioral Health, $45,217; Your Community Connection, $36,192; Boy Scouts of America Trapper Trails Council, $34,967; Healthy Steps, $33,465; Boy Scouts of America Great Salt Lake Council, $25,519; American Red Cross Northern Utah Chapter, $20,063; Family Counseling, $18,721; Teen Line, $18,575; and Davis Dental Health, $17,374.

Other allocations were: Davis County Council on Infants, Children, Youth and Families, $17,269; TURN Community Services, $16,543; Catholic Community Services, $16,504; Community Nursing Services, $14,726; Salvation Army, $10,739; ARC of Davis County, $9,849; Intermountain Specialized Abuse Treatment Center, $8,365; American Red Cross Salt Lake Chapter, $6,208; Enable Industries, $6,146; and NICU Clinic, $4,797.

Other local agencies, including the Davis School District Cares Program, A Special Wish Foundation, Davis School District Foundation, Easter Seals Society, Davis County Food Bank, DATC Foundation Literacy Program, Literacy Action Center and Lutheran Social Services shared $40,085 in donations.

An additional $16,399 was given to other agencies, and $56,730 was awarded to agencies outside Davis County that serve Davis residents.