• Fox Cities Diaper Bank
    Each year over 300,000 diapers are distributed to families in need.
  • United Way's PATH for Students
    School-based mental health counseling is offered by therapists through this United Way initiative.
  • Hometown Huddle
    Myles White and children from McKinley School
  • The Connector
    United Way and Valley Transit have partnered to provide access to transportation for second and third shift workers.
  • Packers present to Mayor Hanna
    Green Bay Packer players present the Hoover Park Hometown Huddle plaque to Mayor Tim Hanna.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Radisson Paper Valley Hotel
7:30 am - 9:00 am

2015 Video

2015 Video

We invite you to join hands, open your hearts, lend your muscle and find your voice. Be one of the thousands of people who are helping to improve lives by investing in United Way. Will you join us? Watch the 2015 video.


2014 Annual Report

Read about the ongoing work of United Way Fox Cities in our 2014 Annual Report.

2014 Annual Report Cover


Read our Blog

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The United Way Speak blog is a great way to stay engaged in the work of United Way Fox Cities. New articles are posted weekly and feature updates and insights from various contributors including United Way Fox Cities' staff, volunteers, board members, partner agencies, Emerging Leaders, Youth Board members and more! Read our latest blog post or   sign up to receive our blog in your e-mail.

Nonprofit Training

Marcy Heim

Over 300 nonprofit employees and board members from across northeast WI attended "Hitting It Out of the Park: Fundraising for Nonprofits" with Marcy Heim, Founder and Principal of The Artful Asker, LLC. If your organization attended the training, you are eligilble to apply for the grant by October 15th. The workshop was sponsored and organized by United Way Fox Cities, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region and Schenck SC. Thank you to Marcy, our collaborating partners and all of the attendees for a wonderful day!


Thank you!

2014 Annual Report List Cover

Thank you to all of the donors who invested in United Way Fox Cities in 2014. Through United Way Fox Cities, your donation helps to make a difference in the lives of more than 100,000 people in the Fox Cities. We appreciate your support! View a list of Contributing Companies, Circle of Caring Members, Leadership Givers, Emerging Leaders and Volunteers. View a list of 2014 donors.


United Way Videos

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Thank you to our volunteers

UWFC and Depend

On Make a Difference Day 2015, about 80 volunteers including families with children, older adults and teen groups helped United Way Fox Cities to pack 1,000 literacy kits. The project was made possible thanks to a grant provided through a partnership with Depend, a product of Kimberly-Clark Corporation, and United Way Worldwide coming together to promote healthy, active, and independent living throughout an individual's life, with a focus on volunteering. View photos of the event.

The kits included new Scholastic books, "Eat Healthy with MyPlate" activity books, crayons and information for caregivers regarding the importance of reading to their children. Completed kits will be distributed to children to local help promote early childhood literacy. Because of the wonderful efforts of the volunteers, families will have new books to read and enjoy together!


Insight Magazine

Insight 2015

Check out our 2015 Insight magazine insert featuring articles about United Way's PATH for Students and United Way Born Learning Trails.


Dollars for Diapers

Dollars for Diaper 2015

Thanks to your generous donations, The Post-Crescent's Dollars for Diapers campaign reached its $60,000 goal, helping hundreds of struggling families through the Fox Cities Diaper Bank! Read the full Post-Crescent article.

Charity Navigator

Our Impact Areas

United Way is advancing the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Read about our work in the Fox Cities.

Developing Children
and Youth

Xasha for Children and Youth

Promoting Health, Healing and Crisis Intervention


Strengthening Families

Strengthening Families

Providing Basic Needs
and Self-Sufficiency

Shopping and Errand for Basic Needs