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 ...
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.
Over the last year, together with our partner agencies and members of our community like you, we directly impacted the lives of more than 100,000 of our friends and neighbors. We also galvanized nearly 5,000 volunteers who gave 20,000 hours of their time to create meaningful change. Learn more about what we’ve collectively done to benefit our community this past year.
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.
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.
The United Way Youth Institute continues to empower local youth in at-risk settings to become successful in their careers, life-long community advocates and agents of change.
United Way’s giving communities are gearing up for the 2018 campaign. Meet their leaders and learn more about the different ways you can get involved with their work in the community.
Together, we are the hand-raisers, the problem-solvers…the people who tackle our community’s most complex issues. Learn how we’re turning contributions into real change, so that every person in Miami-Dade can have a fighting chance.
Wells Fargo awards our United Way a $172,000 grant to supply healthy food and nutritional services to children and families during the summer months.