United Way of Washington County
The United Way of Washington County has been serving our community for almost 100 years. Our mission is to unite people, resources, and organizations to improve lives in Washington County. We attempt to meet the needs of our community members by addressing their educational, financial stability and health needs through our Community Impact Fund with support from our corporate partners, organizations, and individual donors.
- Another way we serve the community is by connecting nonprofits with volunteers through our Volunteer Connection website, www.volunteerwashco.org.
- Our 211 Helpline is a free vital service of PA 211 Southwest for non-emergency needs. Help is available 24 /7 by calling 211 or texting 898-211.
- Our Nonprofit Job Board is a website feature that includes listings of job opportunities, board positions and internships at local nonprofits.
- Our In-kind Donation Page is a website feature that includes a listing of tangible items available to be donated to nonprofits.
The greatest need of the United Way of Washington County (UWWC) is support for our main program, the Community Impact Fund. The Community Impact Fund is currently funding 39 programs of 20 local nonprofits, with particular interest in the three broad areas of education, financial stability, and health. This upcoming grant cycle will also focus on specifically addressing the needs of veterans, food insecurity, and supplemental needs in Washington County. Whether a fellow neighbor, who is within the poverty level, or possibly one who is employed but still struggling to meet the needs of their family, the UWWC, with the support of corporations, organizations, and individual donors in our Washington County community, is there to help them through their challenges. Our Community Impact Fund is helping to build a strong and sustainable Washington County.
Learn more about the United Way of Washington County
Visit their website at www.unitedwaywashco.org