In November, more than 75 United Way Women United members from across Florida gathered for the Women United State Summit and Capitol Days. Two of ...
Jill Ellis, Head Coach of 2019 U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, to headline upcoming Women United Breakfast
Miami’s most influential and successful women will celebrate philanthropy and service to community at the 19th annual Women United Breakfast on March 12, 2020. Held ...
In the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, we continue to help those affected. We have raised over $1.5 million in funds to support Bahamas relief through ...
This year the 29 United Ways of Florida come together once again to develop a Consensus Legislative Agenda, with hope for big wins across the board. From financial stability and early education to health and added support for our veterans, our United Ways are on the path to progress.
Our United Way Center for Financial Stability recently celebrated 10 years of transforming financial vulnerability into financial empowerment with a month of community events that highlighted the very best the Center has had to offer.
Dearrie joined the military in 2001. And after serving for 12 years, every day as a civilian was difficult for her – and still is. She struggled juggling her five children, pursuing a nursing degree and making ends meet – until she learned about our United Way.
As Veterans Day approaches, we are reminded of those who fought for us. This month, our United Way Mission United is commemorating the holiday, with a month chock-full of events for veterans and their families.
More than 520,000 households are struggling to make ends meet in Miami-Dade. Because of this, tough choices are made every day, and staying up to date with medications can be a difficult task. Through our partnership with FamilyWize, over 150,000 members of the community have saved more than $15 million on prescription medications.
Citrus Health Network, a United Way of Miami-Dade impact partner for over 25 years, started as a mental health center in 1979. Since then, its services have grown exponentially and continue to diversify. Two funded programs in particular are making major strides at serving our community’s most vulnerable.
For those of our neighbors who earn just above the Federal Poverty Level but can barely cover the basics, food insecurity can be a real issue. With your support, our United Way Community Cupboard has found a way to feed our community’s families when they have needed it most.