United Way of Weld County respects, values and celebrates the attributes, characteristics, experiences and perspectives of every person. We recognize unique needs and opportunities across Weld County, seek to engage all voices in collaboration and do not tolerate discrimination.
We know that a diverse, equitable and inclusive organization is more innovative, responsive and successful. We understand that our organization and community is stronger when the diversity, equity and inclusion of all people is valued, embraced and maximized. Therefore, we apply these principles to our workforce, volunteer engagement, program delivery and investments in partners.
United Way of Weld County practices diversity, equity, and inclusion in employing staff, recruiting and engaging volunteers including its board of directors, serving our more vulnerable neighbors and in resourcing partner organizations. United Way is committed to this while keeping in mind Weld County’s 4,000 square miles and 32 municipalities, which reflect frontier, rural, suburban, and urban settings with distinctive characteristics.