United Way of Lincoln County continues its focus of bringing caring people together to help solve our community’s toughest challenges. Our impact model is the foundation for community collaboration. It has brought local partners together, requiring accountability of grant funds, determining measurements and setting outcomes. The outcomes continue to move our three key initiatives — education, health and income — in the right direction. Last year, more than XXX volunteers came together to build a community garden for the Oaklawn Community, completed landscaping at Hesed House of Hope Shelter and the Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive helped restock the Teachers Resource Center - all during our 2019 Day of Action.