Retire United

Retire United

You’re embarking on an exciting new chapter in your life, and we would love to be a part of it. Retire United members are individuals, who are retired or soon to retire, who recognize the important role volunteerism and philanthropy play in strengthening our community.

United Way invites you to expand your community involvement, participate in volunteer opportunities, join in social events, continue giving, and more during your retirement.

No matter where the next chapter takes you, we can connect you with the local United Way.

Top 4 ways to kick-start your retirement with United Way!

  1. Volunteer your time.
  2. Share why you give back, join Retire United.
  3. Plan for the future.
  4. Continue to give back financially, calculate your impact.



On June 20th, Retire United hosted their annual volunteer event, Day of Service, where over 50 individuals came together to pack 1,200 Caregiver Support Kits and create hundreds of Cards of Encouragement!

The kits and cards will be distributed to community members who provide unpaid care to another person and will support individuals who participate in programming at our partner agencies such as Interfaith Older Adult Programs and ERAs Senior Network.

Thank you to all the volunteers who joined us for our 2017 Day of Service!

THE IMPORTANCE: Nationally, there are 44+ million caregivers who provide an estimated $470 billion of unpaid care services for individuals and family members. Locally, United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County provides funding for several older adult support and independence agencies that help support caregivers in our area. The caregiver support kits that were completed on Day of Service will impact thousands of local families and caregivers by providing them with resources and items that will help simplify, organize, and support the lives of local caregivers and their care recipients.

Thank you to our event sponsor:



For questions or more information about getting involved with Retire United, please contact Jessica Wagner-Schultz via email or at 414.263.8211.

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