Whether or not you’ve been impacted by these unprecedented times, we have all experienced drastic changes to our lifestyles. But with the right guidance, you ...
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.
Just 10 years ago, during one of the most uncertain financial times in the history of this country, the United Way Center for Financial Stability was created based on a community need. Launched in partnership with Branches in October of 2009, the Center has helped thousands of families find their way.
Creating a summer savings plan is manageable with the right objectives in mind and can help alleviate financial stress. Whether you are aiming for short- or long-term goals (or both), a financial coach at our United Way Center for Financial Stability can provide you with tips on everything from paying off your debt to planning a vacation.
Our United Way honored Miguel “Mike” B. Fernández for his unparalleled service and support recently at a flag dedication. The flag monument marked the completion of the new United Way Empowerment Building, which houses United Way Mission United and the Center for Financial Stability.
Our United Way partners with Jackson Health System for UW@WORK. Thanks to a Citi Foundation Community Progress Makers grant, we’re now reaching people at their workplace and helping them secure a healthy financial future.
Tax season is stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. With professional, free tax preparation through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, we are here to help our community prepare their taxes.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of United Way. Learn how being an impact council volunteer helps ensure the true impact of United Way of Miami-Dade in our community.
United Way of Miami-Dade was selected by Citi Foundation’s Community Progress Makers Fund to accelerate economic opportunity in Miami
Our United Way received a $500,000 grant from the Citi Foundation to launch United Way @WORK with Jackson, powered by Citi Foundation, to bring financial capability services to the workplace.