Request for Proposals
Do you help youth ages 6 to 24 in our seven-county region?
Apply for our Youth Success RFP!
Open Monday, January 23 to Friday, February 10
Metro United Way not only helps to fund our area’s charitable organizations, we also work with government agencies and the community at-large, supporting them all with data, matching volunteers with volunteer opportunities, and mobilizing resources when and where they're needed. Like an orchestra’s conductor, we ensure we’re all playing the same tune.
Click below to find resources for Jefferson County Public Schools families as well as Eviction Prevention services!
5,100 people (11.5%) in Shelby County are food insecure. Many of those affected by food insecurity are senior citizens, rural residents, veterans or kids. Through our new Farmers Feeding Families program, Metro United Way in Shelby County is focusing on reducing hunger and its associated health issues in our community.
We're building a better community together.
Our work has tangible results; it makes a real impact on real people. These are their stories.