United Way member agencies have proven their ability to make lasting, important impact in our region by meeting rigorous quality standards while helping 1 in 3 people in our region. The Agency HQ is here to help United Way supported agencies, as well as those seeking additional funding opportunities and resources.
Access web-based reporting and instructions
To ensure quality, agencies funded by United Way and through partner programs are required to report on activities and outcomes on a regular basis.
The reporting process creates accountability to donors and the community, provides data and information for evaluation and bench marking, and facilitates knowledge sharing.
Learn more about funding opportunities
A strong community has a system of quality agencies that are available to help people.
United Way provides ongoing, operational funding to more than 170 member agencies, and funds member and non-member agencies through one-time Community Enhancement grants and emergency food and shelter funding.
United Way’s Volunteer Center provides a variety of volunteer management resources to local non-profits.
These resources include volunteer management training, best practice libraries, and tools to recruit and manage volunteers. Learn more about the available resources, as well as how to become a Volunteer Center Certified agency.