Day of Caring is
August 17, 2013!
Poster (Click Here!)
Sign-Up Materials (Click Here!)
Volunteers sponsored by
Capital Area United Way
will perform community service
and volunteer projects.
Call the United Way office to recommend a community service project, create a volunteer team, or sign up to help!
Five great reasons to give
to Capital Area United Way. . .
...1... We are committed to you!
United Way is accountable and reports the progress achieved through your contributions. We maximize the impact of every dollar you invest.
...2... We are local!
United Way addresses needs important to people who live and work in Hughes and Stanley counties. Your dollars go far, but NOT far away!
...3... We are effective!
Our partner agencies provide vital services and solve local community problems--and what really matters is that our children are safer, our families are stronger, and our communities are healthier because of your support of Capital Area United Way.
...4... We are efficient!
No other local organization can unify businesses, non-profit agencies, government, community resources, and leaders as successfully as United Way, ensuring a solid return on your community investments.
...5... We are accountable!
Our volunteer board and committee members work countless hours each year to assure United Way dollars are spent in the most effective manner possible--and to meet identified community needs. When questions arise about an agency, they are investigated and resolved before funding is approved or continued.
WE ARE ALL PEOPLE
WITH THE POWER
What Does It Mean to Live United?
Give. Advocate. Volunteer. LIVE UNITED.
- It's a credo. A mission. A goal.
- A constant reminder that when we as individuals think outside ourselves, we have the power to facilitate change.
- When we think of others' lives as linked to our own, our compassion grows.
- When we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all.
- We build the strength of our neighborhoods.
- We bolster the health of our communities.
- And we change the lives of those who walk by us every day. Get involved. Make a difference.
The Capital Area United Way is an independent, non-profit entity designed to help our community meet its health and human care needs. Through its community-wide fundraising efforts, the Capital Area United Way helps to support 50 programs and services offered through 21 local United Way funded agencies. Through a strong volunteer system, United Way brings together business, government, and committed people like you to address local health and human service needs.