United Way of Broward County


Did You Know?

  • In the State of Florida, Broward County has the second highest percentage of HIV/AIDS cases.  
  • Broward County has a rate of 26% of uninsured residents, which is 1% higher than the overall state (25%). 14% are under the age of 19. 
  • Broward County is ranked second in the state for the diagnoses of new Cancer cases with an average of more than 8,800 cases a year. 
  • Approximately 24% of Broward County youth (11-17) are considered either overweight or obese.


You Can Help

You Can Help people prevent disease and live a healthier life.


Making a difference for Families and Individuals

  • Improving access to nutritious foods - low income children are provided a nutritious daily afternoon snack and receive education on the importance of choosing healthy foods.
  • Increasing the number of individuals who are healthy - focusing on early detection programs and providing a supportive environment for those who are battling cancer.
  • Increasing access to affordable and quality healthcare - reducing the cost to the public health system by funding programs offering preventative healthcare, medical treatment, case management, and supportive counseling to the uninsured and medically underserved.
  • Increasing the number of individuals avoiding risky behaviors - investing in programs providing education, outreach, and prevention services to those who are at risk of becoming infected with HIV/AIDS and other transmittable diseases. 


What Success Looks Like

Ensuring people have the opportunity to achieve optimal health

  • Our community is healthier:
    • Children have proper nutrition
    • Decrease in risky behavior
  • More opportunities for access to quality healthcare and preventative services.


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