It’s easier than it sounds.
Do you support the United Way and its goal to motivate the community to action so that all may thrive?
Tell people about us.
Do you believe the United Way has been a good steward of the funds with which we’ve been entrusted, as we partner with local non-profit agencies who work with the under-served in our communities, helping them establish financial stability, increased educational opportunities and better health options?
Speak out on our behalf.
Do you have time to volunteers and share your time and talents with others? Check out our non-profit partners, learn more about what they do, and offer to be a helping hand.
Advocacy is defined as public support for a particular cause or policy. But it’s also the life blood of positive, lasting community change. Locally, as well as world-wide, the United Way joins with partners, donors and volunteers to help people find shelter, put food on the table, pay their bills, pay rent, find childcare, or escape domestic violence.
But with advocacy, we can also advance solutions to tackle homelessness, combat food insecurity, boost financial stability, and shift the odds so that everyone in every community gets access to a good education.
We do this in collaboration — within our communities, including nonprofits, business leaders, donors, volunteers, engaged citizens, as well as local, state, and federal government leaders. We are all in this together, united together so that all can thrive!