Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” United Way volunteers answered that question ...
We as a community can take action to help improve the affordable housing crisis. Together, Florida’s United Ways have developed a Consensus Legislative Agenda for the 2019 Florida Legislature that addresses the challenges working families and individuals barely making ends meet face. Find out how you can help.
Created more than 30 years ago by United Way of Miami-Dade, today Florida Foster Care Review continues to harness the power of community volunteers to improve the lives of children in foster care.
Loaned from a wide range of local organizations, our loaned campaign specialists play an important role in United Way’s annual fundraising campaign. Meet this diverse group of community leaders who are helping us change lives by improving the odds for children, families and individuals in Miami-Dade.
From helping children get the best start in life with a quality early education to investing in innovative programs that help thousands of people stay healthy, discover how United Way of Miami-Dade is fighting for a stronger Miami in 2018 and beyond.
Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy. It’s one of our most powerful tools for making a difference within our community, our state, our nation – for shaping our own destiny. It's also our opportunity to remind our elected officials and lawmakers what’s important to us — the education of our children, the financial stability of our families, the health and safety of our neighbors.
Just one month into her role as our president and CEO, Maria C. Alonso shared some insights into her new job, her commitment to community service and her passion for a stronger Miami.