Monday, Feb. 3, 2020
This year’s 13th annual MLK Weekend of Service demonstrates how your local United Way has been creating impact for 100 years… by bringing communities and partners together to make our region a better place.
Take a look at some of our hard-working volunteers, sponsors, staff, and board members who took the time to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy by serving local kids and families in need.
Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
Meet Paul Lumley, Executive Director of the Native American Youth Center. As a partner with United Way, NAYA is able to provide support for childhood education within their community, enhancing cultural identity through specialized resources and maintaining their voice within our community. In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, United Way celebrates our partnership with NAYA and difference they're making in our region.
Thursday, Sep. 19, 2019
Meet Glenn. A single father supporting twin girls entirely on his own, Glenn found himself struggling to support his family and provide stable housing. Thanks to your generosity and the support of our nonprofit partners, United Way helped provide Glenn the resources he needed to afford a home for himself and his daughters.
Make love count by donating today.
Monday, Aug. 12, 2019
Stephanie Barr, Direct of Services and Mission Impact at YWCA, discusses how United Way's partnership with YWCA has helped their organization assist thousands of community members throughout the region while maintaining a lens of equity and inclusion.
Friday, May. 24, 2019
From playgrounds to classrooms to outdoor spaces, our volunteers made a huge difference at Oliver P Lent Elementary on #ComcastCaresDay. Take a look at the awesome work that was done by our Comcast and Hands on Greater Portland volunteers.
Tuesday, May. 14, 2019
Meg Doxtator has been donating to United Way for two decades. Join Meg and donors everywhere by becoming a United Way IMPACT-OR and seeing the difference your monthly contribution can make for families in our region.
Wednesday, Apr. 24, 2019
Andy Le has been giving to United Way for 18 years - but his connection with United Way began when he was eight years old and his family fled Vietnam and came to the United States. Andy shares his story and encourages community members like you to give back.