Together we are building a better Weld County
Learn about our major areas of focus in the community. United Way has the vision, experience, relationships, and ability to take on and solve some of Weld County’s biggest challenges.
1 in 6
Weld County residents are helped by United Way funded programs and services every year
families receive diapers and supplies monthly
youth receive scholarships for Weld County rec programs every year
people have moved from homelessness
to a stable home
referrals are made for people in need of help through 211 Colorado @ UWWC yearly
Thank you cornerstone partners
Cornerstone Partners understand the importance of United Way’s role of bringing organizations together to achieve greater results. These companies and organizations make large directed gifts so that donations from individuals and small businesses—including any donation that you make—go directly to programs and services that help our more vulnerable Weld County neighbors.
Thank you Major Funders
Major Funders provide a large portion of United Way of Weld County’s annual community impact budget, leading to the provision of direct service programs like the Covering Weld Diaper Bank and the Housing Navigation Center and supporting efforts at many other nonprofit organizations. Thank you to these businesses, foundations, government agencies and other significant donors.
WELD COUNTY EMPLOYERS – TAKE A SHORT SURVEY BY APRIL 11 & RECEIVE A FREE WELDWERKS BEVERAGE
Hello Weld County employer. Are you interested in the well-being of your employees and community? Would you or the best fitting person at your organization take the below-linked 15-minute survey […]
Summer learning loss for students and how to avoid it
When most parents start to think about summer break, they may wonder about the long stretches of free time their children will have. Parents should also be considering the potential […]
Weld County receives $140,312 in federal emergency food and shelter assistance
Weld County-wide housing stability efforts have been awarded $140,312 in federal funds through the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) for emergency food and shelter assistance. Nonprofit, faith-based, and governmental […]