Technology United

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Exciting Techquity Update!

In February, the State of Wisconsin awarded United Way a $936,000 Techquity grant. This funding will provide at least 6,000 households with their own internet-capable computer, smartphone, or tablet, empowering them to participate in digital learning, telehealth, eCommerce, remote work, and more. Techquity is the signature issue area of Technology United. Learn more about Techquity.

Retire United

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Help Older Adults Navigate Medicare

Retire United members believe in giving back to our community. United Way program partner Eras Senior Network Inc. seeks volunteers to help older adults navigate the process for applying for Medicare. Training provided. Click here to learn more.

Diversity Leadership Society

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Welcome, LEADers!

Congratulations to the spring 2022 Project LEAD cohort!

Meet the leaders who are ready to take their volunteerism to the next level through nonprofit board service.

Johnson Controls LogoLearn more about Project LEAD, and thank you to our program sponsor Johnson Controls.

Pride United

Pride United

Join Our Council!

Pride United is expanding our council! As a network, we strive to be as diverse as the Queer community we serve. Learn more about our council and ways to get involved.

Through the Pride United Equity Fund, we will soon announce mini-grant funding opportunities for nonprofits that serve the LGBTQ+ community. Stay tuned for more updates on Pride United events, advocacy, community conversations, and volunteer opportunities.

Women United

Maya Smart

Celebrate 20 Years of Women United

Save the date! The Women United Bruncheon is June 22 at Harley-Davidson Motor Company’s new “Garage” space. The event will feature Keynote Speaker Maya Smart, literacy advocate and author of "Helping Parents Raise Readers." Thank you to Baird, our event sponsor. Registration link to come.
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Support local moms and babies by participating in United Way’s Diaper Bank. Diapers, wipes, and Pull-Ups are needed. Learn more.

Photo Credit: Amanda Evans.

Emerging Leaders

Emerging Leaders

Fun Updates Coming Soon

Emerging Leaders is busy planning an engaging 2022!

Stay tuned for more information on Day of Action and the P5 Awards.

LINC (Lead. Impact. Network. Change.)

Alex Izzo

Back in Action in 2022

LINC members celebrated Women’s History Month by assembling nearly 300 Winter Care kits for local women’s shelters. At the event, members went head-to-head to answer trivia questions about famous women throughout history. They also mingled with members of other United Way donor networks including Pride United and Women United.

Thank you, volunteers! Contact Audrey Kanthack to learn more about LINC.

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