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Accountability and openness are critical to our success. View our recent financial forms and reports.

On February 1, 2015 United Way of Greater Milwaukee and United Way in Waukesha County merged and became United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County.


We are recognized by both the Better Business Bureau and Charity Navigator for our track record of efficiency. We only invest in programs that produce results at agencies that manage their money wisely.

Our high rate of efficiency is possible because of the hundreds of volunteers, including Board of Directors, Campaign Cabinet and volunteer committees who help with everything from organizational oversight, fundraising, program review and funding process.

United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County is committed to the highest ethical standards.  Each year,  staff and volunteers certify their review and acceptance of our Code of Ethics.  If you have a concern regarding a potential fraud or misappropriation of funds at United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County, please submit your concerns. All submissions are directed to our Governance Committee Chair for prompt review and resolution.

Below is a breakdown of the funding United Way received in 2023.

Chart with funding sources from 2023

This is how donations are invested in our community.

chart on how we invest in the community