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For nearly 100 years, United Way for Greater Austin has been creating opportunity for all people, children, and families. Help us continue this critical work.

What We Do

United Way for Greater Austin brings people, ideas, and resources together to fight poverty in our community. Since 1924, we have been dedicated to providing families and individuals in need with the tools and resources they need to thrive.

Our Focus

Our Impact in 2019

$ 999 +

invested directly into the community

999

requests for help answered

999

volunteers provided

999

hours of service

999

children & families impacted

What We’re Up To

The power of positive teacher-child interactions

The power of positive teacher-child interactions

Post by: Michelle Hutson-Crawford, Success by 6 Pre-K Coaching Manager In 2019, United Way ATX was selected by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to coordinate and implement a Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) observation coaching model wi...

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Superior HealthPlan Committed to Family-Friendly

Superior HealthPlan Committed to Family-Friendly

We’ve been proud to partner with the folks at Superior HealthPlan since 2005. Last year alone, 733 employees banded together to raise $159,042 for the Austin community! That’s an important investment in our collective fight against poverty. Ou...

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Meet Barbara, a dedicated United Way champion

Meet Barbara, a dedicated United Way champion

Women United educates, engages, and empowers women in Greater Austin. Each month we will spotlight and bring you a closer look into the lives of one of your fellow Women United Members. We are proud to celebrate women as philanthropic leaders and are...

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Quarantined Mom Life: Social-distancing self-care

Quarantined Mom Life: Social-distancing self-care

This three-part series is authored by Shalyn Bravens (read part 1 here and part 2 here), Director of Family Connects Texas. Shalyn has been with United Way for Greater Austin for more than two years and launched the Family Connects Texas initiative i...

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