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Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 12:00 pm

The United Way Board of Directors recently approved allocating $791,000 to 51 agencies and programs in the greater community.

Here is a breakdown of the allocations to be distributed in 2013:

Agape Help House of Pacific, $27,500.00.

ALIVE, $14,700.

American Red Cross, $10,000.

Boy Scouts of America, $19,600.

Buddies Not Bullies, $5,500.

Catholic Family Services, $49,000.

Children’s Advocacy Center, $14,700.

Children’s Summer Reading Program, $4,900.

City of Washington Summer Youth Program, $4,600.

Community Grants, $6,500.

Community Outreach, $17,000.

Community Response for Children, $9,000.

County Seat Senior Center, $4,900.

Crider Health Center, $27,300.

Emergency Fund, $6,000.

Exceptional Equestrians, $35,300.

Four Rivers Area Family YMCA, $44,100.

Franklin County 4-H Clubs, $7,000.

Franklin County Dental Network, $24,500.

Franklin County FFA, $1,600.

Franklin County Transportation Council, $23,000.

Gateway Education and Therapy, $5,500.

Gerald Senior Center Inc., $3,000.

Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, $3,100.

Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri District 12, Neighborhood 1, $2,000.

Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri District 12, Neighborhood 5, $1,200.

Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri District 12, Neighborhood 6, $2,500.

Grace’s Place, $8,000.

Heartland Independent Living Center, $9,800.

Henry Hartbauer Award, $1,000.

Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, $12,700.

Loving Hearts Outreach, $80,000.

Lutheran Family and Children’s Services of Missouri, $5,900.

MEAAA, $28,600.

Meals on Wheels, $5,900.

Meramec Community Mission, $18,000.

New Haven Senior Center, $8,800.

OATS Inc., $23,000.

Pregnancy Assistance Center, $21,600.

Rainbow Activity Center, $24,500.

Sheltered Industries of Meramec Valley, $12,200.

Sheltered Workshops Inc., $19,600.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul, $18,500.

St. Peter’s UCC Food Pantry, $5,000.

Sullivan Emergency Assistance Fund, $8,000.

TEMCO Inc., $14,700.

Tri-County Community Senior Center Inc., $12,300.

Turning Point, $5,900.

Union Food Pantry, $14,500.

VOYCE (Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program), $7,500.

Washington Emergency Relief Fund, $50,000.

YMCA Community Literacy Council, $1,000.

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