Here's a list of programs that will be funded through the 2012-13 United Way of Danville Area campaign and the allocations they will receive:
— American Red Cross-Central Illinois Region for emergency services and immediate disaster relief: $10,000.
— Big Brothers Big Sisters for community and school-based mentoring: $50,000.
— Boy Scouts, Prairielands Council, for scouting programs: $9,000.
— Boys & Girls Club of Danville for education and career development: $60,000.
— CASA of Vermilion County for child advocacy: $15,000.
— The Center for Youth and Family Solutions for family counseling: $35,000.
— Children's Dyslexia Center for tutoring: $2,000.
— Community Action Program of Western Indiana for transportation for elderly and disabled clients: $5,000.
— CRIS Healthy-Aging Center for congregate and home-delivered meals, senior information services and healthy aging: $72,000.
— Crosspoint Human Services for its Danville Independent Living Center and domestic violence, infant development, partner abuse and transitional homeless programs: $85,000.
— Danville Family YMCA for its Youth Reach program: $30,000.
— Fountain County (Indiana) Mentoring for youth mentoring: $5,000.
— Girl Scouts of Central Illinois for its leadership development program, outreach camps and specialized programs and outreach troop and group program: $9,000.
— Laura Lee Fellowship House for its adult and family fitness and wellness program, Lights on After School program and summer enrichment and academic camp: $50,000.
— Peer Court Inc. to provide and track sentence completion: $18,000.
— Prairie Center Health Systems for prevention services and training: $13,500.
— Salvation Army for back-to-school, food, clothing and household items, power assistance, prescription aid, rent/shelter and water assistance: $25,000.
— United Way of Danville Area for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library: $10,000.
— United Way of Danville Area's Family Yellow Pages/Parent Resource Guide: $3,512.
— United Way of Danville Area's 2-1-1 assistance: $6,100.
— Vermilion County Rape Crisis Center for counseling and prevention education: $5,000.
— WorkSource Enterprises for vocational development and job placement: $2,000.