We are better together. We’re even better when we recognize the expertise and assets our community has and take advantage of sharing that with one another. Whether we’re looking at individuals, organizations or communities, United Way wants to capitalize on the existing information, skills and knowledge our region possesses. We act as a conduit for knowledge sharing between like-minded people and organizations to elevate the cause of breaking the cycle of childhood poverty for our neighbors.
United Way and its community partners are committed to generating actionable knowledge through data analysis and evaluation to determine what works, how it works and why it works. This will lead to better-informed decisions about how we use energy and resources and allow us to focus on programs and initiatives which are most likely to have a long-term positive impact.