Uniting in times of change
With Election Day behind us, we are encouraged by the record number of voter turnout. This election should be the beginning of a renewed local commitment to civic and community engagement, and United Way of Miami-Dade looks forward to helping people come together to build a stronger community for all. We remain committed to mobilizing the caring power of communities to drive real, sustainable social change—grounded in diversity, equity and inclusion. We invite you to join us in our commitment to building and empowering communities.
Giving Tuesday is the day to give back
This Giving Tuesday, make a difference when it matters most. Before COVID, 54 percent of Miami-Dade households were living in, or one emergency away from, poverty. With many left jobless and struggling to make ends meet, United Way needs your help more than ever to provide essential supplies like diapers, formula and wipes to families with infants and toddlers in need.
Did you know? This past year, through our United Way, more than 18,309 mental health counseling sessions were provided.
Goya Foods stock up United Way community cupboard
Goya Foods and United Way join forces to distribute 4,500 pounds of nonperishable food items to 75 low-income families.
Experience the Back of the House
Our series continues with two tasting experiences. On November 18, we welcome winemaker Bruce Neyers for a tasting of three of his wines selected by Coral Gables wine retailer Jeffrey Wolfe, and on December 9, world-class mixologist Gabe Urrutia will lead us through some classic preparations suitable for holiday entertaining.
United Way’s youngest giving community reaches a milestone, celebrating 5 years of giving back to the community and building a stronger Miami. LINC has engaged, empowered and involved hundreds of future community leaders through volunteerism and professional development opportunities.
Standing up for our veterans
After being released from active duty, U.S. Navy veteran Damien needed help finding a home for him, his wife and four children. That’s when MISSION UNITED stepped in.
Local small businesses growing strong
Small Business United member Jonathan J. Alfonso, Esq., founded Title Answers, a Law Firm, a boutique real estate law firm focused on helping people with the purchase, sale or refinancing of any real estate asset, and advising clients through the closing process.
Tax break for giving in 2020
The CARES Act, signed into law in March, provides additional incentives to give generously to qualifying charities like our United Way. Take advantage for your end-of-year giving.
Staying safe while supporting a stronger Miami
As we navigate this new normal, help provide essential resources for our friends, neighbors and community in need. Proceeds for this mask will help United Way support individuals and families during these unprecedented times.
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