United We Fight
There are people in our community who don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Together, we can help them access fresh, nutritious food and live full lives.
We are Changemakers
We’ve been around a long time because we are committed to our community. We’ll also try something new if it means we get closer to our goal of lifting our community out of poverty.
You Make a Difference
When you donate time or money to United Way, you’re helping break the cycle of poverty in your community. And when you or someone you know needs help, we’re here.
VolunteerYou can fight poverty and help people in your own community. Tell us what you love, and we’ll pair you with the perfect volunteer opportunity.
DonateYour gift funds the programs and initiatives that make life better for the nearly 1 in 4 people in your community who live in poverty. Help your neighbor. Change the world.
Get HelpOur 2-1-1 service is just a call away. We have connected more than 2.5 million people to the services and resources they need since 2010. We can help you, too.
United Way in Action
There are real human beings behind the statistics. These community impact stories are a testament to why we do what we do.
"Without a person being emotionally, physically and psychologically healthy, they can’t hold a job. And if you can’t hold a job, it starts that downward spiral back into incarceration. So this piece, which is vital for the stabilization of our men, is a piece that United Way gets and they supported us on multi-year funding for that. "
"Long-term funding is essential if you are going to have good programming. If you have a one-year grant and then the next year have to be looking for another grant, that is resources in an agency that are taken up by an admin that could be spent on program development. Multi-year grants are essential. "
News You Can Use
State of the Community ReportIn partnership with the community and supported by thousands of generous donors, Greater Twin Cities United Way fights to end poverty and support long-term wellbeing […]
From the Intern Desk: Two Events, Big ImpactLast week, I got my first opportunity to volunteer at a Greater Twin Cities United Way event as an intern. I attended the Feeding Who’s […]
Thank You for Feeding Who’s Hungry!Special thanks to the nearly 600 volunteers came together at Land O’Lakes’ brand-new building in Arden Hills yesterday to help children and families facing food […]
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