United Way of Minneapolis Area is formed by local civic leaders.
Civic leaders form United Way of St. Paul Area.
Increase in government-funded social services allows area United Ways to shift focus from relief to prevention.
World War II changes the community and workforce. United Way comes to the aid of families of servicemen by organizing salvage drives and providing nursery schools for children of working mothers.
First Call for Help (precursor to United Way 211) answers 3,307 calls.
The Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs grow rapidly due to the baby boom. In response, area United Ways devote more resources to youth and family services.
In response to ethnic and social transformation, area United Ways serve more Communities of Color and people from low-income homes.
Concern for deteriorating neighborhoods in the East Metro prompts United Way of the St. Paul Area to devote 40 percent of funds to neighborhood-based services.
United Way of Minneapolis Area launched its first major community initiative, Success By 6.
With rapid advancements in technology changing our world, United Way of Minneapolis Area develops Service Through Technology, a special initiative to help 200 nonprofit partners transition to new technologies like PCs and electronic data.
United Way of Minneapolis and United Way of the St. Paul Area merge for greater efficiency and effectiveness to become Greater Twin Cities United Way.
As the Great Recession deepens, United Way convenes the first United Front gathering of nonprofit, philanthropic, business and government leaders to discuss better ways of working together for the community in difficult times.
Raised $4.8M for COVID-19 relief efforts and $3.2M for small businesses owned by Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander and People of Color in the wake of civil unrest.