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United Way allocation system shifts focus to programs

Eloise Stephens reacts after scoring the first bingo of the afternoon at a Friday luncheon hosted by the Routt County Council on Aging. The council was among the agencies allocated funds from the Routt County United Way.

2010 United Way program allocations

Member agency allocations (organizations may receive allocations in any amount):

■ Advocates Building Peaceful Communities (outreach programming): $22,000

■ Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat Springs (homework help): $10,000

■ Comunidad Integrada/Integrated Community (resource and referral program): $10,000

■ Family Development Center (Newborn Network): $4,000

■ First Impressions of Routt County (child care tuition assistance): $100,000

■ Girl Scouts of Colorado (troop programming and leader training): $1,000

■ Grand Futures (John Underwood follow-up training): $9,000

■ Humble Ranch Education and Therapy Center (hippotherapy program): $3,000

■ Independent Life (independent living skills training program): $15,000

■ LIFT-UP of Routt County (emergency assistance and food bank program): $13,000

■ Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition (educational): $2,000

■ Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition (direct dental care): $16,000

■ Northwest Colorado Legal Services (attorney assistance program): $5,000

■ Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association (hospice): $607

■ Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association (home health): $29,393

■ Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association (immunization): $10,000

■ The Haven (adult day services program): $9,000

■ Partners in Routt County (one-to-one mentoring): $8,000

■ Partners in Routt County (school-based mentoring): $8,000

■ Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (family planning for teens and adults): $14,000

■ Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (community education): $2,000

■ Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (Yampa Valley Science School): $2,000

■ Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (Service Institute of Routt County): $4,000

■ Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (Routt County Youth Service Coalition): $2,000

■ Routt County Council on Aging (congregated meals): $13,000

■ Routt County Council on Aging (home-delivered meals): $5,000

■ South Routt Community Center (general — utilities and building maintenance): $7,500

■ Steamboat Mental Health Center (emergency services program): $23,000

■ Totally Kids Inc. (tuition scholarships for after school and summer camp): $13,500

■ Yampa Valley Autism Program (social thinking/cognition): $5,000

■ Yampa Valley Autism Program (Community Cultivation): $2,000

Total member agency allocations: $368,000

Program agencies (nonmember agencies may receive allocations up to $1,000)

■ Heeling Friends: $300

■ SOS Outreach: $500

■ YVMC diabetes education program: $700

Total program agency allocations: $1,500

Non-United Way designations (donors designated funds for these organizations, which United Way passed on)

■ American Red Cross: $60

■ Boy Scout Troop 194: $120

■ Grandkids Child Care Center: $312

■ Habitat for Humanity: $805

■ Hayden (C.A.N.): $110

■ Hayden 4-H: $471

■ Hayden Youth Basketball: $260

■ Hayden Girl Scouts: $120

■ Horizons: $300

■ Love Inc.: $300

■ Moffat County United Way: $290

■ Oak Creek Hockey Association: $150

■ Young Life: $480

Total non-United Way agency designations: $3,778

Total 2010 United Way allocations: $373,278

Total requested allocation funds: $517,753