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2018 Campaign Results

Raised $182,000 23% more than previous year

Another $85,000 Raised in Matching Gifts

A Record 91 Leadership Givers of $500 or more

Give to the United Way

Remember: 100% of your donations go to the United Way funded programs of Delaware County. There’s a $2 for $1 match for new donors and $1 for $1 match for increased donations until October 31, 2018. See how you can support the United Way, either through a one-time gift or monthly contributions through credit card payments or payroll deductions via e-pledge or by completing the new triplicate pledge form.

Ball State Team

Have questions or want to learn more about how you can support United Way? Reach out to your team captain!

2018 Day of Action Highlights

Hundreds of faculty, staff, and students from Ball State University spent their day September 14 volunteering for United Way agencies around Muncie. They helped clean up neighborhoods and the Cardinal Greenway, assembled literacy kits, put together snack packs, and more.

About United Way of Delaware County

Your contributions support more than 20 nonprofit organization in Delaware County. They provide services related to health, education, and financial stability.

  • A Better Way: AOK program
  • AARP and Yorktown Kiwanis:Tax Prep
  • Alpha Center: Adult Day Services
  • Apple Tree Child Development Center: High Quality Childcare
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters: 1 on 1 Mentoring
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Muncie: Academic Success
  • BY5:Kickoff to Kindergarten
  • Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library – United Way
  • Home Savers:Home Improvement and Accessibility
  • LifeStream: Senior Rides
  • Little Red Door:Caring for the Caregiver
  • Longfellow Elementary and BSU:Muncie P3
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Motivate Our Minds: Academic Advancement
  • Open Door: Pediatric Case Management, Mobile School-Based Health Center, Nurse-Family Partnership
  • PathStone: Success Center for Working Families
  • Project Leadership:College and Career Ready
  • Ross Community Center: Kids Unlimited
  • Roy C. Buley Center: EDGE
  • The AIM Collaboration: AIM Summer
  • United Way Day Care Center: High Quality Childcare
  • United Way: Local Connection for Gaston
  • United Way: Reading Club
  • YMCA Muncie: Diabetes Prevention


Individuals and families have access to quality, affordable healthcare and the opportunity to maximize their physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being in order to lead independent, productive lives. Learn more.


Children and youth are nurtured by informed parents/caregivers and enter school ready to succeed. As they progress through school, children achieve academic goals and are emotionally healthy and socially competent.  And ultimately, as young adults, they make a successful transition from High School to College and/or Career. Learn more.

Financial Stability

Individuals and families can meet life’s basic needs—shelter, food, clothing, and transportation, and gain economic stability through education, job training, permanent housing, and basic supportive services. Learn more.

Contact Us

Sarah Ireland

Robert Bell Building,
Room 237
Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana 47306