Initiatives like Stuff the Bus and 2-1-1 work to create a good life for all residents.
The United Way supports 15 local nonprofits, helping more than 6,000 families and 11,000 children
Together – we have the power to make an impact on what matters in San Benito County
United Way's Second Annual "Stuff the Bus" in partnership with the County Office of Education, collects filled backpacks for elementary school kids.
2014 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ISSUED FOR NON-PROFIT HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICE PROGRAMS
United Way of San Benito County is very pleased to announce the launch of 2-1-1 San Benito County.
Support for local restaurants means free meals for senior citizens.
Remembering Ascencion Solorsano on the anniversary of her death. Born in San Juan Bautista, she was one of the last Native speakers of the Mutsun language.
Two deaths and 59 new cases reported, 5,101 people have tested positive, 509 are active patients, 4,544 have recovered and 48 have died; the county’s current positivity rate is 17.4%; the San Joaquin Valley Region’s ICU availability is 0%.