United Way of Greater Yankton is relocating.
This fall, they will relocate to the United Way Community Impact Center, located within a property owned and managed by Horizon Health Care at 920 Broadway Avenue in Yankton.
Executive Director Lauren Hanson says this relocation is a mission-based move, allowing United Way and other partners to expand services to community volunteers and clients.
Direct service program space within the Community Impact Center will include multiple year-round United Way programs such as Big Friend Little Friend, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program, Volunteer Placement Services, and SPARK Community Conversations; in addition, United Way seasonal programming such as the Stuff the Bus School Supply Store, Toys for Kids, and Adopt a Family holiday distributions will be provided from the location.
Nonprofit tenants will include LSS Center for Financial Services, River City Domestic Violence Center, Rural Office of Community Services, and Independent Living Choices. Pathways Shelter for the Homeless’ Furniture Program will also be on site. Two large community rooms will be available for educational, cultural, intellectual, civic, or charitable activities at no cost to local nonprofit organizations.