By working together, we can improve the overall health of local residents. Our goal is to improve physical and mental health education, awareness and accessibility, especially for vulnerable or at-risk populations. The Twin County United Way awards grants from the Community Fund for health programs that:


  • Expand access to healthy foods and opportunities for physical activities
  • Expand access to quality health care, including mental, dental, vision, prenatal, preventative care
  • Promote living in a healthy environment free from drugs, violence and/or abuse
  • Provide assistance to vulnerable or at-risk populations

For the 2020-2021 grant cycle, the Twin County United Way places a priority on funding programs that focus on reducing the death by suicide rate in Asotin and Nez Perce counties.

Below are programs that the Twin County United Way is supporting with 2020-2021 grants: 

Nonprofit Program
2nd Judicial District Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) CASA
Asotin County Food BankBackpacks for Kids
Area Agency on Aging | CAPIn-home Services, Volunteers
Idaho FoodbankCooking Matters
Homes of HopeChild Programming Respite and Resources
Idaho Legal Aid ServicesLegal Aid Services
Lewis-Clark Special Olympics Healthy Athletes
Royal Family KIDS CampRoyal Family KIDS Camp
The Idaho FoodbankBackpacks for Kids
Snake River Community Clinic Free Clinic
Twin River Special OlympicsSpecial Olympics
Valley Meals on Wheels Valley Meals on Wheels
Willow Center for Grieving ChildrenBereavement Support Group
YWCA of Lewiston-ClarkstonSurvivor Support Services