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Supportive Services for Veteran Families

Ther Veteran Services program offers Homelessness Prevention & Stabilizatiion Services to Veterans and their families. These Supportive services include outreach, case management, help in obtaining VA benefits emergency financial assistance and assistance in obtaining and coordinating other public benefits.

Services are provided to:

Very Low income Veteran families

Veterans facing eviction

Veterans currently homeless and scheduled to move into housing within 90 days.

United Way of Johnson County 1st Annual Golf Tournament

The United Way of Johnson County celebrated our 1st Annual Golf Tournament at the Cleburne golf Links on june 10, 2016. Thanks to our sponsors: Emerald Corrections Management, First Financial Bank, H-E-B Cleburne, Pinnacle Bank, Art Brucks State Farm, Cleburne Pediatric-Dr. Sharma, Monty and Glenda Miller. It was a beautiful day, our Board Members were present as volunteers, the hamburgers were outstanding and a great time was had by ALL! Save the Date- See you on June 9, 2017. Click here to see all of our pictures

Come To Our First Annual United Way Golf Tournament on June 10th!

The United Way of Johnson County is hosting its 1st Annual Golf Tournament to support your local causes!

Great food, goodie bags and advertising opportunities for local business is only part of the fun! Click the link below to register for the event, and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.


United Way of Johnson County
Every day, many of our neighbors struggle with adversity, but every day the United Way of Johnson County lends a hand. We are in the business of improving people’s lives. United Way of Johnson County works with twenty-one nonprofit organizations to make possible a network of essential services for families, kids, seniors, health and crisis relief. At the same time, we are beginning to bring together people from all across the county-people from business, government, schools, faith groups, nonprofit and ordinary citizens-to tackle some of the toughest community issues:

• Child abuse and neglect
• Care for the elderly
• Emergency needs
• Health Issues such as Obesity and Diabetes

By focusing on the main causes of major problems now, we can prevent or reduce problems in the future. We can not only improve individual lives, but also make a long-term impact on the broader communities.
Give. Advocate. Volunteer.
United Way of Johnson County is a local network of volunteers, agencies and donors united in the belief that we can make a real difference as problem solvers in Johnson County, addressing issues ranging from critical needs to quality of life.

We bring people and resources together to address the most urgent problems in our community and work toward long-term solutions to create real impact. Whether it is addressing the needs of children, families, the elderly or people living with disabilities, helping our neighbors in Johnson County is a great investment in our community.

* The United Way of Johnson County was established in the early 1950s.
* It is a non-profit organization which operates as a 501 (C)3 tax-exempt organization.
* It conducts a yearly fund-raiser to benefit it’s partnering agencies.
* It is a supporter of 21 non-profit organizations which encompass both physical and mental human services.
* It is a referral service for the 21 agencies.
* The local board of directors is composed of representatives from all over Johnson County and from many different professions.
We Deliver Results

We are passionate about our communities in Johnson County and United Way. United Way is like a tapestry. Separate efforts of many groups and individuals are woven together in a coordinated way. The result is something beautiful and lasting: a better community.




Area nonprofit agencies and organizations that are not United Way partnering agencies that provide services directly benefiting Johnson County residents  are invited to apply for grant funding from United Way of Johnson County.  Aly Engstrom, executive director  of United Way of Johnson  County, announced this week that UWJC is now accepting  requests for the small grants program.  To receive a copy of the small grants application, contact  the United Way office by calling 817-645-9153 or email Requested applications  will be emailed, faxed or can be picked up at the United Way office, 210 Featherstone, Cleburne.  The deadline for applications  is April 22.

Organizations requesting funding must be not-for-profit agencies, 501(c) (3) status and must serve Johnson County residents. For more information or questions, contact the United Way office by calling 817-6459153 or via email aly@uwjc. com. Donations generated by United Way of Johnson County help support charities and nonprofit  organizations.

— Special to the CTR


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