- Our Racial Wealth Gap Simulation continues to be a powerful community engagement tool. We will partner with Actalent in as well as United Healthcare and Boys & Girls Club of Kentuckiana over the next few weeks.
- Our first cohort of our Black L.O.V.E. Philanthropic Partnership convened for an all-day retreat last week that included networking, team building, education, and information sharing at the Leadership Louisville Center. The retreat featured Dr. Pamela Jolly of Torch Enterprises along with Metro United Way’s Robert Gunn, Jr. and Trent Findley for an insightful and impactful day of growth. More updates to come on this powerful group of Black-led organizations.
- We are excited to soon begin a pilot program through United Way Worldwide called Young Men United. Several United Ways across the country will embark on this journey to positively impact our young men, which will undoubtedly have a positive impact on our community.
Resources & Engagement Opportunities
Metro United Way offers a wide range of resources to our community. On this page, you’ll find resources for families and individuals, nonprofits, and businesses.
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2023 Community Impact Awards
Join us for our fourth annual Community Impact “Immies” Awards to celebrate and recognize the extraordinary companies, organizations, and individuals who make significant contributions to improving lives in our community. We will shine the spotlight on those who lend their voice, support, influence, and passion to make a big impact! Here are this year’s nominees – vote today!
Wednesday, April 19, 2023
8 – 8:30 a.m. | Breakfast & Networking
8:30 a.m. | Immies Program Begins
Speed Art Museum
2035 S. Third St., Louisville, KY 40208