of Greater Milwaukee
& Waukesha County
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County unequivocally denounces racism and ethnic discrimination in all its forms because it undermines the well-being and vitality of our communities and is in direct opposition to what it means to Live United. Read more...
Ways you can help make an impact in our community.
Join United Way's Pride United for Pride Homecoming! This inclusive, party-style event will include dancing, appetizers, cocktails and more.
Supports school-based youth mental health services and resources.
Join Women United at their annual bruncheon on Wednesday, May 31, 2023.
Help local families have a sufficient supply of diapers and wipes by donating, volunteering, or hosting a drive.
In partnership with our community, we creating are creating lasting change in these focus areas.
Supporting programs that will end family homelessness by 2023 across our four county region.
Supporting opportunities for individuals to obtain permanent employment with a livable wage at
workplaces where they are treated with dignity and have opportunities for advancement.
Transforming Milwaukee schools into places where students, families, staff, and the surrounding community can work together to ensure every student is successful.
Connecting job seekers, students, and others to computers and internet access to ensure everyone has the technology to succeed in our digital world.
Building a community that is equitable and socially just by offering access, resources, and opportunities for long-term success for all.
Connecting vulnerable populations to high quality medical, dental, behavioral health, and prevention services.
See what your donation can do...
United Way is looking to change the lives of high school students by focusing on mental health promotion, early intervention, and treatment services.
The discussion surrounding racial equity is an important one and is a topic that everyone should be educated on. But what does racial equity mean?
Meet the Black- and Brown-led partner agencies selected to receive the third round of grants for Racial Equity Fund Investments.
Celebrate with us in-person at our Annual Meeting on February 23 at Downtown Kitchen!
Community Fund Investments support 220-plus programs at over 110 local nonprofit agency partners who are making an impact on the health, education, and financial stability of everyone in our four-country region.
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