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.
Inspire305, powered by United Way of Miami-Dade, recently hosted its 2019 Grand Finale. It was a celebration of Miami’s newer and smaller nonprofits doing innovative things in and for our community.
Now more than ever, America must come together around shared values, to build stronger communities and help every person. That’s why our United Way recently partnered with Peter Buffett, musician and philanthropist (and the youngest son of investor Warren Buffett) for a community conversation that engaged more people more deeply in lasting change.
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.
Spend the evening mixin’ and minglin’ with 1,000 of Miami’s finest – reconnecting with old friends and making new ones. Toast the night away while helping to build a stronger Miami.