Founded in 1922, United Way of Dane County's mission is to unite the community to achieve measurable results and change lives. United Way focuses on Education, Income and Health issues - the building blocks of a stable life. Through six goals that our community identified as critical, United Way is committed to changing lives: - Children are cared for and have fun as they become prepared for school. - Students succeed academically and graduate from high school, regardless of race. - More people are on pathways out of poverty. - There is a decrease in family homelessness. - People's health issues are identified and treated early. - Seniors and people with disabilities are able to stay in their homes. Through strategic partnerships and collaborative work, we facilitate bringing the many voices of Dane County around a neutral table to find common ground and make progress, while providing organizations and individuals the opportunity to give, advocate and volunteer.
2059 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI 53704