Our communities are rich with nonprofit providers who strive to address the gaps in care for our community members. United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley works collaboratively throughout Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties to identify community needs, and direct resources toward partnerships and programs that will result in the most successful long-term outcomes. We strive to improve lives by supporting several unique initiatives that strengthen our community and provide valuable resources for individuals, families and organizations. We believe the innovative way we’re rallying our partners across government, business, philanthropy, faith communities, non-profits and the private sector will achieve lasting social change.
As a nonprofit, you're a central partner of United Way in working for community change. We support your work with resources including volunteers, goods and materials, advocacy and — where strategies align — funding. This “collective” approach has shown to improve results and we are applying these concepts in the areas of education, homelessness, and other critical issues to ensure our community achieves greater and greater success.
United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley strives to go beyond temporary fixes to create lasting change in Marion, Polk, and Yamhill Counties. By bringing people and organizations together around innovative solutions, we impact thousands of lives every year. The generosity of our donors and commitment of our community partners enables us to provide grants for outcome based programs and collaborative projects that address core needs and achieve lasting, measurable results.