Together, we truly are the Power of Many. Working for All.

During the most challenging year in recent history, YOU stepped up and made a big impact. At the start of the pandemic, you helped to raise $2.3 Million for emergency response, and 90 incredible nonprofits used those dollars to help individuals and families in crisis. Because of your donation and their hard work, families kept food on their table, stayed in their homes and were able to stretch already limited resources. For this, we are genuinely grateful.

United Way of Dane County’s physical office is currently closed, but staff are working remotely during regular business hours.
All of our services, including 211 are running at full capacity. Additionally, donations and other documents can still be mailed to our office. 

Education

1
Children

And their families received
home visiting.
88% are 4-K ready

1
k-12 students

Received 15+ hours of tutoring
in reading and math

Income

1
employers

In Dane County participate
in the HIRE Employer Council, including 3 employers who signed on in 2019

1
Families

Were provided housing case management
in 2019, addressing challenges associated with their homelessness

Health

1
Adults Insured

 With HealthConnect premium support, improving community health outcomes and reducing costs

1
Students

In Dane County received
behavioral health treatment,
helping them focus academically

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No one is immune to hard times; with United Way’s 211 you can feel confident that you are not alone in your time of need. Call or click today and get connected to the most comprehensive database of resources in Dane County.
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