United Way

Clean Air Initiative

United Way of Kern County has directed focus to clean air within Kern County. With the support from the California Air Resource Board, United Way will bring awareness to climate change by planting forty new trees in Kern County. We encourage our Kern residents to change daily habits. We ask if our residents focus on: conserving energy, carpool, use public transportation, bike, or walk, use safe paints and cleaning products, mulch or compost leaves and yard waste. Together we can #LiveUnited!

Clean Air Community Festival

Join us on October 1st for a free community event with entertainment, games, giveaways, and information on improving air quality and public health in Kern County.

In our efforts to improve air pollution, we will be planting twenty trees at Stiern Park to help with climate change in Kern County. 🌳

We challenge all Kern residents to create clean air in our community by making a pledge. To make a pledge today, click the link below! 👇
Our Focus

Early Childhood Literacy

Financial Stability

Health

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We are all part of this community and together we can make it succeed. At United Way of Kern County we believe that UNITED we can make change happen... one day at a time.