Partner Agencies

Together we can accomplish what none of us can achieve alone.

Souris Valley United Way is committed to programs that make a real difference in our community. To that end we are proud to partner with a number of great programs, providing not only much needed financial support, but also the vital support of a community of volunteers and advocates. 

Our partners each bring a specialized knowledge and expertise to help tackle the tough issues and provide real solutions. Join us in supporting them and advancing the common good. 

Local Programs Receiving Funds:

American Red Cross - Provides community members and military families emergency care, shelter, and supplies. 701-852-2828.

Backpack BuddiesDuring the school year, weekend of bags of food are sent home with children who are at risk of going hungry. 701-839-2994.

Boy Scouts - Northern LightsAn education program that contributes to development of character, citizenship, and personal fitness. 701-839-2260.

Catholic Charities ND - Guardianship DivisionProvides individuals with no other option guardian services to ensure health and safety needs are met. 701-852-2854.

Community Action Partnership - Food PantriesProvides support to area food pantries that are in need to supplement their pantries. 701-839-7221.

Community Baby ShowerA Souris Valley United Way annual fundraiser that helps to fill local pantries with every day items such as personal hygiene items and baby care items. 701-839-2994.

Companions for ChildrenProvides a one-on-one relationship between adults and youth, which gives youth a greater opportunity to grow into healthy and productive adults. 701-838-5784.

Dolly Parton Imagination LibraryFosters early literacy by providing free books every month to children under the age of five. 701-839-2994.

Domestic Violence Crisis Center - Emergency ShelterServices, support, and shelter for victims of domestic violence. 701-852-2258.

Domestic Violence Crisis Center - Childrens Support ProgramProvides services to children who have experienced violence in the home working with the effects on children including behavioral, relationships, and self-image. 701-852-2258.

First Link 2-1-1 Program - Information and Crisis HotlineConnects people with statewide information, referral, and crisis management services. Dial 2-1-1 toll free.

Full STEAM AheadProviding cultural enrichment to children through exciting and creative experiences. 507-398-3327.

Girl Scouts - Dakota HorizonsApplies leadership skills to research, plan, and implement community service projects. 701-852-5611.

Lutheran Social Services - Senior CompanionsVolunteers over 55 provide services for frail and homebound elderly individuals. 701-838-7800.

Minot Area Homeless CoalitionProvides basic needs and assists individuals to become viable members of the community. 701-852-6300.

Minot Commission on Aging - Meals on WheelsCongregate and home delivered meal service the senior population. 701-852-0561.

Minot Family YMCA - Autism SwimsFocuses on participants learning basic water and safety skills in a group setting but with one on one instruction. 701-852-0141.

Minot Literacy VolunteersHelps people acquire functional skills in reading and writing. 701-852-2614.

Northern Plains Children's Advocacy CenterProtects abused children and provides a safe environment for investigation and assessment. 701-852-0836.

Summer Food Service Program - Providing children with a balanced meal to USDA’s guidelines, during the summer months. 701-857-8728.

The Salvation ArmyProvides assistance with food and utilities to families and the elderly. 701-838-8925.

Village Family Service Center - Supervised Parenting & ExchangeSupervised observation between parents and their children when supported visitation is required. 701-852-3328.

YWCA - Center for HopeEmergency shelter for women and children, which allows them a place to learn life skills. 701-838-1812.