Interlakes Area United Way



SUPPORT IAUW

Interlakes Area United Way coordinates financial and volunteer resources for non-profit agencies and programs in southeastern South Dakota.

 

With a focus on education, income and health, IAUW creates positive change in more than 20,000 lives. Community service and youth programs in Lake, Miner and Moody Counties need your support.


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Join us at our Annual Meeting as we recap 2019 and recognize donors, volunteers, event sponsors, Heart Club members and outstanding supporters.


We'll also present allocations to our 2020 partner agencies and programs.




Latest News:



     
     
    Local businesses, employees donate $29K to IAUW
    January 27, 2020: First Bank & Trust and FirstLine Funding commit big in 2020 Local businesses First Bank & Trust and FirstLine Funding Group and their employees committed nearly $30,000 in funding to Interlakes Area United Way (IAUW) for 2020. ...


     
     
    Dine Out to Donate raises $2,500
    December 6: 2019: Area businesses hosted single-day fundraiser for IAUW Sixteen businesses in Lake, Miner and Moody County raised $2,531 for Interlakes Area United Way (IAUW) as part of a fundraising event this fall. "Dine Out to Donate" took place ...


     
     
    Donors can win $500 gift card
    November 4, 2019: East River Federal Credit Union sponsors contest for Interlakes Area United Way Donors to Interlakes Area United Way's (IAUW) current campaign drive may be rewarded for giving back. ...


     
     
    Class offers insight on 211 Helpline
    October 15, 2019: Interlakes Area United Way and Helpline Center to offer 211 University Do you want to learn more about how to utilize the 211 Helpline, and the types of needs and questions they address ...


     
     
    49 kids get healthier smiles from dental truck visit
    September 5, 2019: Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership (ICAP) hosted Delta Dental's mobile dental truck in Flandreau August 12-16 to help children who wouldn't otherwise have access to dental care. A total of 49 children were treated during ...