We’re Better When We Row Together

Click on the video above to hear a mid-year update from Renee Moe, United Way of Dane County’s President and CEO. 2017 is United Way’s Year of Connection. Our focus this year is to better explore how private, public, non-profit and grassroots systems connect to one another in our community, all to improve alignment and […]

United Way of Dane County 2016 Annual Report

The 2016 United Way of Dane County Annual Report shares all the results from 2016 and previews all that is ahead in 2017, a Year of Connection.   With spring in the air, it feels like a good time to take a moment to pause and reflect on the work that has been achieved by […]

United Way Celebrates Volunteer Month!

Recognizing Youth Volunteerism in Dane County Happy National Volunteer Month! Mobilizing volunteers is a crucial aspect of our work – they are the lifeblood of United Way of Dane County. Did you know some of our most dedicated volunteers are not even 18 years old? From 5 year olds planting trees on Global Youth Service […]

February 2017: Nurturing Both Parent and Child

“We play and learn and grow together.” – Mimi D., Parent-Child Home Program Home Visitor A child’s number one teacher is their parent. And there’s a program right here in Dane County making sure this connection lasts a lifetime. United Way’s Parent-Child Home Program serves low-income families, getting a young child ready for kindergarten and […]

December 2016: Here’s the change you created this year

You are creating a better Dane County for all. Thank you for your generosity, advocacy and volunteerism! Look back at the change you created in 2016. February: Local leaders in law enforcement and communities of color convened at United Way for a groundbreaking collaboration. The Special Community/Police Task Force was led by retired UW-Madison Police […]

November 2016: Community Celebration is coming

Humbled. Grateful. Thankful for you. We’re just a little more than two weeks away from honoring your caring power. On Nov. 17, we are celebrating you and the change you will create right here in Dane County. Each year, our whole community comes together to celebrate the awesome power each one of us holds to […]

October 2016: SAFE at Home Strives to Keep Older Adults Independent

“Should we stay in our own home or should we move to a facility?” This life-changing question faced Reuben and Elizabeth Clark, a couple who are both in their eighties and have lived in their Madison home for the last 40 years. Living at home or moving into a facility is a major life decision, […]