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We are the Uniters. We bring people together to solve problems.

We identify the most pressing issues in Addison County and we bring together the people we think can solve them. United Way funds agencies that, working together, can address the nuances of complex problems like poverty, homelessness, lack of affordable high-quality childcare, domestic violence, isolation, substance use disorder, and a disengaged workforce. We find solutions to fill unmet needs. We deploy volunteers as the feet on the street, delivering hope to people in need. We raise funding through generous donors who understand that social change can’t happen without it.

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Strong communities need a strong United Way. Strong communities need people who are ready, not “to be there,” but ready to Live United. Please make your gift to the UWAC Annual Campaign today.

Nonprofit Webinar: How to Dust-proof your Strategic Plan

We’ll chat with Jamie Brookside, Executive Director of the Middlebury Area Land Trust (MALT). She’ll share what MALT’s experiences with strategic planning have been like, and how they have kept their strategic plan at the center of their day-to-day work.

We are not all in the same boat...

There is a familiar saying “we are all in the same boat” meaning, we are all going through the same thing, in a similar situation, experiencing things the same way. While we may all be in the same ocean, we are not in the same boat.

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Last Year, We Connected...
Donors
946
Volunteers
356
Funded Partners
30
Programs Funded
34