Randolph County Community Partners

United Way funded programs:  Disaster Services The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.


256-236-0391

United Way funded program:  Scholarships for Traditional Scouting Through positive adult role models and traditional scouting programs, the Boy Scouts instills values in young people and prepares them to make ethical choices over their lifetime.


888-490-8955

United Way funded programs:  Power Hour Tutoring Program Boys & Girls Clubs have been serving young people in our area since 1967 to help them realize their potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.


256-236-7050

United Way funded program:  Leadership Experience Girl Scouts works to inspire girls with the highest ideals of character, conduct, patriotism, and service so they may become happy and resourceful citizens.

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256-237-2825

United Way funded program:  Emergency Assistance
The H.O.P.E. Fund provides emergency assistance to Randolph County residents with utilities, medication, food, and other needs essential to a client’s well-being. Clients are screened through Randolph County DHR by calling the number below.


256-357-3000

United Way funded program:  Youth Development
The 4-H Clubs provide opportunities for youth to develop skills in decision making, leadership, teamwork, character, workforce presentation, and environmental stewardship.

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256-357-2841

United Way funded program:  Adult Day Program
Randolph County Learning Center provides service and advocacy for persons with mental disabilities that are tailored to the needs of each client to help them fulfill their greatest potential.


334-863-8991

United Way funded program:  Special Equipment Purchases
Randolph County Rescue Squad assists in search and rescue operations, disaster relief assistance, and other emergency operations throughout the county and surrounding counties.

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256-395-2914

United Way funded program:  Child Advocacy & Counseling
Tri-County Children’s Advocacy Center provides advocacy for children & youth of sexual abuse, assists in the investigation and prosecution of reported abuse cases, and provides counseling, education, and training.

888-204-7224

United Way funded program:  Nutritious Meals & Activities for the Elderly
Wedowee Senior Center provides local senior citizens with activities, nutritious meals, exercise programs, and daily contact with others.

256-357-2432

United Way funded program:  Nutritious Meals & Activities for the Elderly
Woodland Senior Center provides local senior citizens with activities, nutritious meals, exercise programs, and daily contact with others.

256-449-2639