United Way Board Chair Carlos Migoya and President and CEO Maria C. Alonso celebrated the extraordinary contributions of five outstanding volunteers at the United ...
Hurricanes and other natural disasters can impact a budget in unexpected ways. Make sure those you love are prepared for any occurrence with tips from one of our United Way’s financial coaches.
Inspire305, powered by United Way of Miami-Dade, recently hosted its 2019 Grand Finale. It was a celebration of Miami’s newer and smaller nonprofits doing innovative things in and for our community.
LINC put on a Senior Prom … with a twist. Older adults from Southwest Social Services, a United Way impact partner, were treated to a day worthy of prom poses, corsages, makeovers and photo booths — and plenty of opportunities to dance.
Our community can celebrate quite a few wins from Florida’s legislative session, especially in United Way’s pillars of education, financial stability and health.
Filiberto has had a couple of unfortunate surprises. With the passing of time, life has gotten just a little more difficult for him. When he stepped in to help raise his grandchildren, he quickly realized that he started to need some support of his own. Thanks to United Way and United HomeCare, he is able to stay at home with his family while getting the assistance he needs to live his best life.
Our United Way of Miami-Dade celebrated 95 years in the community with a day of service at six of our original partner agencies, giving back and reflecting on the past while building on our future.
Businesses are rooted in the community — and community involvement can be valuable for recruitment and retention of engaged employees for companies looking to make an impact on the future of our community. Learn how our new giving community can not only help build businesses, but employee morale too.
Sandrell, a single mother, enrolled her daughter Rachel at a young age in one of United Way’s partner agencies, the Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida. Rachel’s involvement has helped her prepare for the real world — even before she was able to understand what the real world was.
Now more than ever, America must come together around shared values, to build stronger communities and help every person. That’s why our United Way recently partnered with Peter Buffett, musician and philanthropist (and the youngest son of investor Warren Buffett) for a community conversation that engaged more people more deeply in lasting change.