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Data, Community Education & Policy


For the United Way of SE Idaho, our 'WHY' starts with A.L.I.C.E.

A.L.I.C.E.--standing for 'Asset Limited, Income-Constrained, Employed'--is United Way's study of financial hardship in our region and state. It represents the growing number of individuals and families who are working, but unable to afford the basic necessities of housing, food, child care, and transportation. 

Currently, 44% of SE Idahoans are struggling to make ends meet. For a family of four with two children in childcare, it takes a household income of at least $54,000 annually to survive and meet all a family's basic needs.

To see the Idaho ALICE report or your specific county's data, click here.


United Way of SE Idaho 2018-19 Community Assessment

Our 2018-19 Community Assessment serves as a snapshot of conditions in our community in the areas of financial stability, health, andeducation.

This is a valuable tool for partners to: Identify critical regional needs, commit to takign collaborative action, prioritize projects and programs, and use as a resource for grant writing, etc.

The assessment highlights areas of opportunity for dedicated partners to work together to create healthy change for all of SE Idaho. 






Workshop Menu:

We would love to present to your company, civic organization, or group to help provide education on community issues relevant to our mission. We currently do presentations on the following topics:

1) A.L.I.C.E. in SE Idaho

2) Community Conversations on our Community Assessment.

To schedule a presentation on either of these topics, click here.