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Join us between now and November 30th to help over 500 local children from low-income areas get basic protection from Miami’s chilly weather – especially when they get dropped off early at school or daycare on cold mornings.

This year, the first $20,000 raised will be generously matched dollar for dollar by Jimmy and Janie Tate.

A special thanks to our partners: Center State Bank Logo

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We’re United Way Miami

Latest happenings and events

Upcoming Events

MISSION UNITED Suited for Success Employment Workshop

March 20 | 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Tocqueville Society Grand Reception honoring The Wolfson Family

March 28 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The 22nd Annual United Way Women United Breakfast

April 19 | 8:00 am - 10:00 am

Who we are

United Way Miami is a driving force in the community, successfully responding to emerging needs and transforming people’s lives. Since 1924, we have worked together with our network of donors, volunteers, and partners, to generate and amplify resources, and advocate for policies that improve the quality of life for all. We leverage our unique role as convener, strategic funder, service provider, awareness builder, and influencer so that everyone in Miami-Dade has access to quality education and the opportunity to lead healthy and financially secure lives — the building blocks of a thriving community.

Help us build a better Miami, together.
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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

United Way Miami respects and celebrates the strength diversity adds to our community and our organization. We recognize structural racism and other forms of oppression have contributed to persistent disparities, which United Way seeks to dismantle. Learn more.

Our Pillars

We impact lives


Early Education


Children received quality early education interventions and experiences - increasing their chances for success


professionals improved their skills making a difference in thousands of children

School Age


Students received literacy-based lessons, homework assistance, tutoring and post-secondary support resulting in 88% of those measured in literacy, earning passing grades in core subject areas


Students received conduct and behavior-related interventions designed to increase ability to make effective decisions

As of June 30, 2021

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Financial Stability


Unemployed and underemployed participated in training and placement programs


Individuals learned how to budget, manage and save money


Individuals received shelter

Nearly 3 million

Emergency meals provided

As of June 30, 2021

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Access to Care


People accessed care to improve their physical, mental and emotional health needs


Screenings, tests and assessments were conducted through United Way-funded programs


Mental health counseling sessions were provided

Healthy Lifestyles


Children engaged in healthy eating, fitness and play


Older adults received 3.5+ million free and nutritious meals


Total hours of exercise helped 370 older adults participate in fitness programs to stay active and socialize with friends.

As of June 30, 2021

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