of Greater Milwaukee
& Waukesha County
Ever got help with his health and housing needs in one location - now he's feeling great!
Antonio got employment resources through United Way and ManpowerGroup's Men's Conference and other local programs to help him find his dream job.
After experiencing a lifetime of homelessness, single father Milagro found housing and employment resources through United Way and Project Homeless Connect.
Connor of Oconomowoc makes friends and stays healthy through United Way-funded special programs at YMCA Pabst Farms.
Jose of Waukesha wanted to advance his education and set a good example for his family, so he sought help through a United Way-funded financial stability program.
After losing his insurance, Trenton of Milwaukee called 2-1-1 and got connected to resources to help manage his diabetes.
United Way and Milwaukee Succeeds partner to ensure every child has access to high-quality early childhood education programs.
Born with a disability, Myah of Muskego got the quality care she needed to grow and thrive.
A United Way-funded program for adults with disabilities helped Megan of Waukesha find a job she loves.
After losing their homes, Johnny of Milwaukee and Nancy of Waukesha found safe housing and support through United Way-funded programs.
United Way invests in alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs for students to ensure they grow into strong, healthy adults.
United Way invests in the success of Waukesha students in many ways!
United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our local community.
Tiffany of Milwaukee got connected to the care she needed to manage chronic pain and keep her family healthy.
United Way-funded programs helped Piper of Milwaukee and Amber of Waukesha become financially stable.
United Way and MPS are partners in bringing together parents, teachers, community, and local organizations to ensure the success of every Milwaukee student.
There are so many ways to do good and give back through United Way.
Thanks to United Way-funded financial stability programs, Amber of Waukesha repaired her credit, started saving, and is now a proud homeowner.