United Way of Greater St. Louis mobilizes the community with one goal in mind—helping people live their best possible lives.
We support our youth by giving them access to quality pre-K programs, development opportunities, and safe spaces where they can reach their potential in school and in life.Learn more
Caring for neighbors is key to a strong community. So we help provide basic needs — safe havens, stocked pantries, and more — to position people for a better tomorrow.Learn more
Being healthy is the key to living a full life. So we help individuals with health conditions, disabilities, and mental illness achieve a life with education, employment, and enrichment.Learn more
Poverty will touch the majority of Americans at some point during their lives. United Way provides education, training, and resources to help people break the cycle and become financially stable for the long run.Learn More
We’re committed to making our community a better place to live, work, and thrive for all of us. That’s why we’re there for the everyday and unexpected needs of our community — whether it impacts an entire family, street, neighborhood or region.Learn more
We’re committed to making our region a better place to live, work and thrive for everyone. We align resources and build partnerships that work together effectively for all and position our region for a better tomorrow.Learn more
Your generosity helps fund more than 160 nonprofit agencies in our region, each held to rigorous standards evaluated by a team of volunteer representatives. The programs and services provided by these agencies help position individuals and families for success.Full List of Partners
When diagnosed with ALS at 32, Steve’s world turned upside down. Through United Way, he found services and support.Read more
Maria and Daryl broke the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck with the help of a volunteer financial coach. But this was just the first step of their journey. Learn more about how their new skills and confidence uniquely positioned them to give back in their community.Read more
When the Meramec River seeped into 61-year-old Linda’s home, United Way-supported disaster relief provided safe shelter—and a sense of hope.Read more
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