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When we live United, we turn hope into lasting change.
We believe in leading the fight to create communities where everyone can thrive.
Encourage individuals in all communities around the globe to show up and live united.
United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our local community.
The past year has proved that Mental Health resources are more important than ever.
With help from United Way partner YWCA, Bertha achieved her high school equivalency and found purpose in a job she loves.
When we Live United, no one falls through the cracks. Join the fight.
Chao’s family came to the U.S. dreaming of a good education for their children. Chao has fulfilled that dream with help from United Way partner Boys & Girls Clubs.
As a community school coordinator supported by United Way, Nora forges partnerships to ensure success for students.
Daisy loved participating in Milwaukee Christian Center programming as a young teen. Today, she is a thriving student and serves her country in the National Guard.
United Way partner PEARLS for Teen Girls supports young women like Fardowso as they explore careers and build their identities.
Born with vision impairment, Judy struggled until United Way partner Vision Forward got her the support she needed.
Hear how Leon is thriving on his career journey with support from a United Way Reducing Barriers to Employment & Advancement partner.
United, we fight for a more equitable and just community. Join us.
United Way partner Curative Care helped Matt transition into adulthood, find a job he loves, and explore his passion for giving back.
Meghan loved her friends at the Jewish Community Center and was able to stay connected virtually when she moved away.
Mercedez was living in a dangerous home that her landlord wouldn’t fix. A United Way partner helped her find safe housing.
Reyna and Victor found themselves out of work because of COVID-19. A United Way partner helped them make it through.
Hear how nonprofit partners are collaborating to help end family homelessness.
With the support of United Way funded partner Meta House, Tasha is celebrating four years sober and living a life she loves.
Your investment in the Community Fund explained.
Three-year-old Ani is a typical kid: she loves Frozen, jumping on the trampoline, and playing with her big sister. But Ani’s life is not always easy.
It’s not one person, it’s all of us, working together, to create lasting change in our community.
To make sure no one falls through the cracks of the healthcare system, United Way and the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership created the Health Improvement Fund to support non-profit, health and human service providers in Milwaukee County.
Through the Helping Kids Succeed initiative, United Way connects schools in Waukesha County with resources to improve outcomes for students.
After receiving a felony conviction, Margaret faced significant barriers to employment. A United Way partner helped her find a job she loves.
Change. It's the one word we all got to know a little better in 2020. United Way was built for times like these.
Learn how a United Way Safe & Stable Homes funded partner is providing support to families facing eviction.
Learn now Techquity connects job seekers, students, and others to computers and internet access to ensure everyone has the technology to succeed in our digital world.
This video highlights a true story about a survivor of domestic violence and includes interviews with representatives of Sojourner, The Women’s Center (Waukesha), and Advocates of Ozaukee.
Having a place to call home is the foundation of a healthy and successful life. Yet many families in our community are one missed rent or mortgage payment away from homelessness.
United Way and the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership fight for the health of every person in our local community.
Ramona often felt lonely and depressed, but when she started attending a United Way-funded program her life changed.
United Way and MPS are partners in bringing together parents, teachers, community, and local organizations to ensure the success of every Milwaukee student.
When Karin and Gary moved to Brookfield, they had no built-in support system and needed to access services for their three-year-old son, Judah, who has Down syndrome.
Connor of Oconomowoc makes friends and stays healthy through United Way-funded special programs at YMCA Pabst Farms.
Thanks to United Way-funded financial stability programs, Amber of Waukesha repaired her credit, started saving, and is now a proud homeowner.
Piper used a United Way-funded program to become financially stable and save for a car to get to work.
Our community will only prosper and grow if all families are financially stable. Fewer financial stresses led to healthier and more successful lives for Piper, Amber, and thousands of others in our community.
Ever got help with his health and housing needs in one location - now he's feeling great!
After experiencing a lifetime of homelessness, single father Milagro found housing and employment resources through United Way and Project Homeless Connect.
Antonio got employment resources through United Way and ManpowerGroup's Men's Conference and other local programs to help him find his dream job.