Making a Difference for Local Families
United Way for Greater Austin drives impact by partnering with and investing in efforts to address the immediate needs of local families in poverty, while also spurring systems-level change, shaping our metro area into a community that works for everyone. And it’s working.
Watch one success story, of thousands.
2020-21 Annual Report
Together with our donors and supporters, here are some of the things we accomplished in the past year.
Strategic work in education,
health, and financial stability
requests for help answered
hours of service
Partnered with more than 4,000 donors and 30 community organizations
Created and launched a community-wide 2-Gen strategic plan, promoting an approach to social services which serves parents and children simultaneously and leads to better financial outcomes for both generations
Developed a new five-year community-wide Success By 6 strategic plan, to help ensure every child born in Austin/Travis County receives the support and care they need to enter Kindergarten ready to learn and succeed
Driving Impact with Data
To know what is working and having a real impact in our Greater Austin community, we track impact data.
When we share what we know – and what we learn – with the community, we provide our partners with powerful tools. That’s why we gather, analyze, and report out critical data about needs and trends here in Greater Austin.
A Mission Capital-led group founded by Andy Roddick Foundation, Applied Materials Foundation, Central Texas Summer STEM Funder Collaborative, Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, St. David’s Foundation, and United Way for Greater Austin.
This collaborative focuses on providing nonprofits with the training, resources, and tools they need to collect and analyze data in order to better understand their impact.
Join us. Let’s do this the United Way.
Together, we are building a community where every child enters Kindergarten ready to learn and thrive, every person connects with community resources promoting health, all children are reading on grade level by the 4th grade, and all families are financially stable.