United Way fights for the health, education and economic well-being of every person in every community
From the investments we make in social innovations that advance measurable change, to the support of urban gardens and community-managed farms, United Way of the Greater Capital Region (UWGCR) is developing real solutions to improve our communities across the eight counties we serve, including this year’s expansion into Montgomery County.
We continue to prove the best way to move the needle is through collaboration.
With your support, UWGCR can build on long-term initiatives that nurture and grow our efforts to build communities where all can thrive. In the past year alone UWGCR has:
Served more than 11,000 families in our network of Family Neighborhood Resource Centers
Launched the Luminosity Collaborative; the Capital Region’s first fellowship and grant in social innovation
Funded opportunities for more than 1,700 youth to participate in advancing nutrition security through urban farming
Helped our partners distribute more than 281,000 healthy summer meals to kids and teens at over 100 sites