United Way for Greater Austin partners with businesses and nonprofit organizations in the Austin Area to make a greater impact.

Partnering to Fight Poverty

We work with partners in business, government, technology and fellow nonprofits to solve problems that require everyone to play a role in the solution. United we are fighting poverty in Austin to help individuals and families build brighter futures.

Corporate Partners

When you partner with United Way for Greater Austin, you’re in good company.
Join our partners who know that giving back is great business.

Community Partners

Through Community Investment Grants we partner with critical organizations in our community to identify proven strategies that work toward our common goal of fighting poverty.

2018-2019 CIG Partners

Partnering to Invest in Our Community

We partner with foundations and corporations to align our investments for the greatest impact.

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
Maternal, Infant, Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) award to Travis County and inaugural investor in the launch of Texas Family Connects in Austin/Travis County

Inaugural investor in the launch of Texas Family Connects in Austin/Travis County

Partnering with United Ways across the country to invest in 2-Gen initiatives targeting academic achievement through stable housing.

Partnering with SAFE Alliance to provide support services to help strengthen families with young children.

Investing in the Austin/Travis County 2-Gen ecosystem.

Lead investor in community-wide 2-Gen Strategic Plan

Investing in a cohort of Hogg Mental Health Policy Fellows
at institutions across the state, including United Way for Greater Austin.

The Lowe Foundation

Investing in Success By 6
and The Center Project

Investing in Financial Stability for families.

Buena Vista Foundation

Lead investor in Success By 6 and The Center Project

Partnering to provide Early Childhood Sector Management to improve health outcomes in 78744/45 and Rundberg.

KLE Foundation

Investing in early childhood in 78744/45 for parent education and Pre-K enrollment

Investing in Start Smart and Bright By Text