How We Help

United Way Comal County

2022-2023

United Way of Comal County currently funds the health and human services agencies and initiatives listed below.

United Way of Comal County Board of Directors and community volunteers donate their time each year to review funding applications from nonprofits throughout Comal County. These volunteers give their time and talent to review the applications in great detail, review financial records, interview staff, board members, and clients when appropriate. From July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023, UWCC will be funding 44 programs run by 33 agencies.

Acacia Medical Mission

Acacia Medical Missions provides high quality, affordable healthcare for the medically underinsured and uninsured in Comal County through a non-profit bricks and mortar health clinic, our mobile Wellness on Wheels Health service, and our Mobile Integrated Health Program (MIHP).

acaciamedicalmission.org
210-610-5493

Any Baby Can of San Antonio, Inc.

Any Baby Can serves families of children and youth facing serious health or developmental challenges.

anybabycansa.org
800-524-3755

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

bigmentor.org
210-225-6322

Boy Scouts of America, Alamo Area Council, Inc.

Boy Scouts of America prepares young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. 

AlamoAreaBSA.org
210-341-8611 x 100

Bulverde Food Pantry, Inc.

The Bulverde Food Pantry Inc. dba Provisions Our Mission: To assist individuals and families who are struggling to meet the basic needs of day-to-day living and to improve their quality of life. Our Purpose: To serve neighbors who are lacking life’s immediate necessities and to provide assistance and guidance toward a better life. Our Vision: To do much more than help people live day-to-day; to provide families and individuals with the tools and resources necessary to empower them to move toward more productive and responsible living.

provisionsoutreach.org
830-438-7899

Bulverde Senior Center

Bulverde Spring Branch Activity Center facilitates active aging and enhances the quality of life for older adults in our communities.

bulverdeseniorcenter.com
830-438-3111

CASA of Central Texas, Inc.

CASA of Central Texas advocates for children and youth who have experienced abuse or neglect. Highly trained CASA volunteers are empowered as voices in the courts, in schools, and in the child welfare system to ensure representation of the child’s best interests. CASA supports children and families involved in the child welfare system (Texas Department of Family and Protective Services) by serving as court-appointed Guardians ad Litem (GAL) and providing core services related to the medical, educational, mental health, permanency, and placement of children in foster care. 

casacentex.org
830-626-2272

CACCC

The CACCC is a neutral, child-friendly agency that facilitates a multidisciplinary approach in the prevention, detection, investigation, and treatment of child abuse.

comalcac.org
830-626-2543

Chose Care, Inc.

Chosen’s mission is to help children heal from trauma by strengthening their families. Through the use of trauma-informed practices and a life-on-life approach, Chosen provides transformative mental and behavioral health services to families who have been impacted by the child welfare system. 

chosen.care
830-455-0101

Comal County Child Welfare Board, Inc.

Comal County Child Welfare Board supports the victims of abuse and neglect, provides for the needs of Comal County children in Child Protective Service’s care and  educates the community regarding these issues.

www.cccwb.org
830-308-7279

Comal County Senior Citizens’ Foundation

The Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation’s Mission is to “Enrich the Lives of Aging Adults”. 

nbsenior.org
830-629-4547

Communities in Schools of South Central Texas, Inc.

Communities in Schools surrounds students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

cis-sct.org
830-620-4247

CRRC

CRRC serves the residents of the Canyon Lake area by providing vital social service resources as well as life-enriching recreational and educational opportunities.

crrcofcanyonlake.org
830-964-2324

Connections Individual and Family Services, Inc.

Connections Individual and Family Services, Inc. strengthens communities, one youth and one family at a time. Our tag line is: “Empowering Youth. Connecting Families. Building Futures.”

connectionsnonprofit.org
830-629-6571

Crisis Center of Comal County

Our mission is to provide crisis and prevention services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and homeless individuals. The agency provides a safe environment where an individual can make educated, non-biased decisions about their future.

crisiscenternb.org
830-620-7520

Family Life Center of New Braunfels

The mission of the Family Life Center of New Braunfels is to connect temporarily under-resourced and/or unemployed residents of our community to the vast network of churches, charities, agencies, service organizations and corporate sponsors that provide programs that will enable those residents to become self-sufficient productive members of our community.

flcnb.org
830-625-7100

FPGNB

Family Promise helps families with children facing homelessness to achieve and sustain their independence.

fpgnb.org
830-214-0024

Friends of CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Foundation

The Friends of CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Foundation extends the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.

friendsfoundation.org
210-704-2800

Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

girlscouts-swtx.org
210-349-2404

Hope Hospice

Hope Hospice enriches our community by providing exceptional compassionate care, focusing on quality of life when it matters most.

hopehospice.net
800-499-7501

NB Housing Partners

NB Housing Partners advocates for and provides supportive housing in the New Braunfels area for people experiencing housing instability. We act as a catalyst to create sustainable solutions across the affordable housing spectrum. Our vision is: We want New Braunfels to be a place where every family and individual is able to count on something most families take for granted – a bed.

nbhousingpartners.org/
830-312-8304

New Braunfels Christian Ministries/Kids Club

New Braunfels Christian Ministries demonstrates Christs love by delivering free medical care, dental services, nutritional food, and education programs to our neighbors in need.

nbcm.org
830-626-7762

New Braunfels Christian Ministries/Volunteers in Medicine

New Braunfels Christian Ministries demonstrates Christs love by delivering free medical care, dental services, nutritional food, and education programs to our neighbors in need.

nbcm.org
830-632-5131

New Braunfels Food Bank

The mission of the San Antonio Food Bank is to fight hunger in Southwest Texas through food distribution, programs, education, and advocacy.

nbfoodbank.org
830-327-6000

Precious Life Crusade Teen Suicide Prevention

Precious Life Crusade Teen Suicide Prevention’s mission is to decrease suicide, drugs and violence among our youth; by raising public awareness through education and making available to the community; programs designed to identify and to prevent harm to our youth at risk. Our goal is to empower parents, schools and the community to be able to prevent suicide by recognizing the signs and behaviors of suicidal tendencies.

preciouslifecrusadeteensuicideprevention.org
830-372-5980

RecoveryWerks!

RecoveryWerks! provides proven recovery support services in a safe and nurturing environment for teens and families in rural communities affected by substance use. We educate, partner with local agencies, and advocate for strong community support systems to reduce the stigma of addiction and increase recovery success.

recoverywerks.org
830-310-2585

River City Advocacy, Inc.

River City Advocacy brings healing and hope through counseling and peer support.

rivercityadvocacy.org
830-643-0200

Rock Haus Foundation

Rock Haus Foundation’s mission is to advocate and educate for the needs of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) at the Comal County IDD Center that are currently unmet through current funding sources.

rockhausfoundation.org
830-625-7359

RSVP of South Central Texas

RSVP of South Central Texas improves lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic engagement through service and volunteering.

RSVP TLU Website
830-379-0300

SOS, Inc. Food Bank

SOS, Inc. Food Bank serves all families and individuals of the New Braunfels and Comal County Texas area who are in need of food.

sosfoodbankinc.com
830-629-3663

SJRC – Texas Region Inc.

SJRC Texas offers healing and hope to children and families affected by abuse, abandonment or neglect. Our vision is that abused and neglected children will be empowered to grow up to be happy, productive and caring adults.

sjrctexas.org
210-876-6763

STEPS For Life

STEPS is a nonprofit organization that provides individuals with an opportunity for a better life. It was designed to help those who are willing to change, by equipping them with the tools, resources, and encouragement they need. 

stepsforlife.org
830-387-6095

The Salvation Army of Comal County

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

salvationarmysatx.org
830-608-9129

TRANSFORMATIONS BY AUSTIN ANGELS

The New Braunfels Angels mission is to walk alongside children, youth, and families in the foster care community by offering consistent support through intentional giving, relationship building, and mentorship.

newbraunfelsangels.org
830-730-8850

Partner Agency Application

PARTNER APPLICATION

United Way of Comal County will begin accepting applications for funding from Health and Human Service nonprofits on January 1st. If you applied for funding in previous years you will enter your username and password. If you do not remember your password, please click ‘Forgot Password’ or contact us. Once logged into the agency site, you can begin to access the 2023/24 Application in the left side navigation area.

For New Agencies, click the green button at the bottom of the page to ‘Create a New e-CImpact Account’. You will be required to enter a valid EIN to register for a new agency account. Any agency that requires assistance with the application process may call the UWCC at 830-620-7760 for assistance.

Deadline to submit your final application is Thursday, February 16, 2023. You do not have to complete all forms in one session but be sure to click “Save” to keep anything you have entered. When ready, please “submit” the Application. Again this year we will schedule a mandatory on-site visit to your organization during the weeks of March 2nd thru April 13th, 2023.

UWCC board members and volunteers are expected to attend to review your packet and answer questions. Follow-up meetings may be scheduled, as needed. Final allocation decisions are expected to be rendered on or around May 5th. Thank you for all you do in Comal County. If you have any questions please contact Terry or Bev at 830-620-7760.

Partner Agency Application

PARTNER APPLICATION

United Way of Comal County will begin accepting applications for funding from Health and Human Service nonprofits on January 1st. If you applied for funding in previous years you will enter your username and password. If you do not remember your password, please click ‘Forgot Password’ or contact us. Once logged into the agency site, you can begin to access the 2023/24 Application in the left side navigation area.

For New Agencies, click the green button at the bottom of the page to ‘Create a New e-CImpact Account’. You will be required to enter a valid EIN to register for a new agency account. Any agency that requires assistance with the application process may call the UWCC at 830-620-7760 for assistance.

Deadline to submit your final application is Thursday, February 16, 2023. You do not have to complete all forms in one session but be sure to click “Save” to keep anything you have entered. When ready, please “submit” the Application. Again this year we will schedule a mandatory on-site visit to your organization during the weeks of March 2nd thru April 13th, 2022.

UWCC board members and volunteers are expected to attend to review your packet and answer questions. Follow-up meetings may be scheduled, as needed. Final allocation decisions are expected to be rendered on or around May 5th. Thank you for all you do in Comal County. If you have any questions please contact Terry or Bev at 830-620-7760.

UWCC board members and volunteers are expected to attend to review your packet and answer questions. Follow-up meetings may be scheduled, as needed. Final allocation decisions are expected to be rendered on or around May 5th. Thank you for all you do in Comal County. If you have any questions please contact Terry or Bev at 830-620-7760.