Campaign

2022-2023 CAMPAIGN
UNITED FOR CHANGE

Every year, millions of employees get involved in workplace giving campaigns across the county to support local solutions that help make our community a better place for all. Nearly 300 organizations - nonprofit and for-profit - participate in a workplace campaign each year.
The United Way workplace campaign unites employees in all offices or branches of a company and gives them
the opportunity to donate, volunteer, and advocate for causes that matter to them.

Whether you're a longtime participant in the workplace campaign or brand new, our resource development staff is here to help you. Click here to connect.

We Invest in Our Community's Success

United Way of the Ozarks is our community's uniting force.

We are focused on the big picture. We look at our communities' challenges, resources and unmet needs. And, through our large collaborative network, we are able to help people whose needs can't be met by a single organization.

We support a variety of local nonprofits to help fill in funding gaps. We offer ways to engage in the community to make it a better place for all.

A New Focus

The world is changing. Our community is changing. And the United Way of the Ozarks is changing with it. To best serve our community, we are focusing on two areas that will make a real impact on its greatest needs.

Pathways Out of Poverty

United Way of the Ozarks helps break the cycle of generational poverty. Generational poverty is a serious issue in our area and if we don't solve the problem, it perpetuates. We help people get jobs, earn better incomes, find safe homes and have access to healthcare, including mental healthcare. We help them become self-sufficient.

Championing Children

We want to ensure all children have access to food, shelter and an education. With the help of volunteers, advocates and generous donors, we are improving the lives of children and young people. We invest in programs that help them succeed so when they grow up, they have a chance to end the cycle of poverty.

Contact one of our Development team members to learn more

Image

rachael walsh

vice president of resource development
Image

vickie hicks

vice president of resource development