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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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We live in a special place and one-size-fits-all solutions don’t match the uniqueness that is Addison County. Your generosity keeps our services local and our community stronger. Please make your gift today.

Addison County Parent Survey

Are you an Addison County Parent of a 6th-12th grader? Please take roughly 5 minutes to participate in our yearly Addison County Parent Survey. This anonymous survey will provide valuable information to help improve public health initiatives within our community.

Reimagine Addison County

Reimagine Addison County is an initiative intended to illuminate the innovative approaches and adaptations forced by the pandemic and encourage shared pathways to an even stronger, healthier community.

PEEPS

PEEPS (Partners Encouraging Environments that Prioritize Success) is a public health and advocacy coalition comprised of community leaders from many sectors.

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At United Way of Addison County, we're on a mission to improve lives and strengthen Addison County.
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Last Year, We Connected...
Donors
950
Volunteers
356
Funded Partners
31
Programs Funded
34