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COVID-19 UPDATE

Our highest priority is the health and wellbeing of our community, team members, all who visit United Way of Broward County and all we serve. 

We are actively monitoring the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) updates from Broward County and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and will continue to respond based on the best advice of governments, public health authorities and medical professionals.

To learn about the COVID-19 campaign, click here. 

To learn about COVID-19 volunteer opportunities, click here. 

To visit our COVID-19 Resource Center, click here. 

Para conocer la campaña COVID-19, haga clic aquí.

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In The Know

A Bi-Weekly Highlight of the Great Impact Your Generosity is Making Possible in the Lives of Those in Our Community

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Giving Help to HOPE

As part of our efforts to support our community during COVID-19, United Way of Broward County provided our friends at HOPE South Florida with 30 brand-new computers to help them as they operate in our new virtual world. 

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Magnolia After Dark

More than 350 people attended our first-ever Magnolia After Dark event on Thursday, April 29th! Congratulations to our Woman of Promise: Jamie Hagar, our Women of Inspiration: Cathy Donnelly and our special appreciation award to Dr. Olga Wydner!

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Talking Public Policy

Our Director of Public Policy, Alejandro González, spent time in Tallahassee meeting with Florida legislators, like Rep. Mike Gottlieb, to discuss our Legislative Agenda. Among the topics addressed: early learning; maternal mortality; mental health promotion and more.

ABOUT United Way of Broward County

United Way of Broward County fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community.

What We Do

DID YOU KNOW?

71%

71% of individuals healthcare coverage was obtained, preserved or increased

85.6%

85.6% special needs adults increased their healthy eating

94.6%

94.6% participating youth increased their knowledge regarding cancer types and risks

DID YOU KNOW?

77%

77% of children in educational funded programming increased their literacy skills

60%

60% of women in substance abuse treatment were able to obtain a GED, high school diploma or higher degree

10,000

10,000 books were provided to students through our ReadingPals program

DID YOU KNOW?

83%

83% of program participants increased their financial literacy level

60%

60% of program participants increased their ability to be self sufficient

95%

95% of person receiving financial stability programming reported being satisfied with the services they received

Success Stories