Whether a currently funded United Way program, seeking funding for the first time or receiving donor designated funds, this is the place for you.
United Way funds programs that impact issues within our three focus areas: health, education, and financial stability. Programs are monitored to ensure they produce positive, measurable results.
Current funding opportunities
Resources for Agency Program Partners
- Volunteer Database Agency Login
Manage your volunteer opportunities.
- Blackout Dates
The fundraising blackout period is from September 1 - October 31.
- e-CImpact for Agency Partners
Find your present and past mid- and year-end reports, calendar of events, Site Visit Discussion guide, Agency Partnership Agreement and more.
Please contact Gail McCarthy via email or at 414.263.8123 if you have difficulty logging in.
- Protection of Children Policy Presentation
Protection of Children Policy (PowerPoint)
You must enable macros after opening PowerPoint presentation for all features to work correctly.
- Season of Caring
United Way's annual Season of Caring is an opportunity for our agency partners to engage community members in meaningful volunteer projects. Project posting begins May 12.
Please contact Karissa Gretebeck via email or at 414.263.8160 if you have questions about Season of Caring.
- Volunteer Best Practices Library
Peruse documents on recruiting, retaining, managing and recognizing volunteers.
- IT United Agency Requests
Does your nonprofit need assistance with an IT project? IT United connects it's members with United Way agency partners who are looking for help with IT-related projects.
Learn about guidelines & submit a project request.
Does your nonprofit receive designated donor funds from United Way? Register to access donor reports, login to your existing account or view FAQs.
For questions, please contact the Agency Help Desk at 414.267.8408 or via email.
Thriving Waukesha County
Learn more about what we are doing to enhance communications and increase collaboration among local non-profit organizations.