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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

Meet our new Board members

Meet our new Board members

Here at United Way ATX, we’re convinced that we have the best Board in town. Each and every Board member brings their passion, expertise, and heart to our fight against poverty -- at every Board meeting and every day in between. We’re thrilled...

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All Together ATX: Announcing $2.2 Million to 70 Local Nonprofits

All Together ATX: Announcing $2.2 Million to 70 Local Nonprofits

We are excited to award $2.2 Million to 70 Austin-area nonprofits working to support communities experiencing economic and health-related hardships caused by COVID-19 in Central Texas. This funding comes from All Together ATX, the COVID-19 relief fun...

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Family Leadership Council: Your story matters

Family Leadership Council: Your story matters

At United Way for Greater Austin, we bring people, ideas, and resources together to fight poverty. We know that real change happens when we Live United and we value the lived experience and extensive expertise of parents & caregivers. One of t...

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Embodying grace: A Tribute to Jacquie Porter

Embodying grace: A Tribute to Jacquie Porter

Written by// Sue Carpenter, Chief Programs Officer Over the weekend, I learned about the passing of Jacquie Porter, Austin’s beloved early learning leader. This week has been a profoundly sad one, but I can’t help but reflect on the many wonde...

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