Because of people like you, lives are changing. Scroll down to see how United Way of Northeast Florida and our partners are making a difference with your support.Download our Impact Report
When you give to United Way, every dollar makes a difference. No matter how large or small, your generous gift gives hope to and creates opportunities for countless individuals and families throughout Northeast Florida. Here are just a few of the ways you’ve helped amplify good in our community this year.Download our Impact Report
Our Full Service Schools collaboration provided more than 3,500 students with individual or group counseling and supplied nearly 12,000 families with basic needs.
157 Success By 6 preschool scholarships were awarded to prepare children for success in kindergarten, with 93% of them entering school ready to learn.
Our United Way 211 helpline staff answered 111,615 calls and issued 96,406 referrals for critical community services at no charge to callers.
Since its launch in 2019, Mission United has provided dedicated care coordination to nearly 10,000 active-duty military, Veterans and their families.
Quickly mobilized to raise and distribute $5.3 million in additional emergency relief funds to sustain 113 nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic
We’ve worked with a coalition of Historic Eastside leaders to address together neighborhood activation and advancement, which so far includes nearly 3,700 volunteer hours, 4,300 items donated, and dozens of neighborhood improvements and community event supports.
As the administrative lead for the Duval County Emergency Rent Assistance Program, we helped more than 4,350 families keep their homes during the COVID-19 eviction crisis.
United Way RealSense staff and more than 400 local volunteers prepared taxes free-of-charge for more than 8,600 individuals and families, helping them claim $20.4 million in tax refunds.
United Way helped lead the planning and funding of the inaugural Jacksonville Civil Rights Conference, a sold-out event that brought together nearly 300 in-person and virtual participants to educate and empower attendees to create a more equitable Northeast Florida.