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ADVANCING EDUCATION, INCOME AND HEALTH

Our vision is a community whose people achieve their fullest potential through education, financial stability and healthy lives. Our mission is to improve lives and our community by engaging people to give, advocate and volunteer.

Studies show that quality education leads to better income and a healthier life. That’s why Metro United Way sees helping our children do better in school as the best way to improve lives and our community in the long run. When we’re united—focused on education, financial stability and healthy lives—we can build a better quality of life for everyone in the community.

 

EVERY ONE COUNTS. Together, we can impact the quality of life for everyone in our community.

 
Everyone wins when a child succeeds in school, when a neighborhood turns around, when families have good health and workers have solid jobs. When everyone has the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential, the benefits ripple throughout the entire community.

So give one more dollar. Bring one more friend into the conversation. Volunteer one more hour of your time because Every One Counts.

Visit the Metro United Way's 2013 Annual Campaign page here.

You can also read more about our annual campaign of "Every One Counts" here and watch our "Every One Counts" video on YouTube here.
 
 

WAYS TO GIVE

 
Donating to your Metro United Way is easy! Check out the many ways you can give below; click the links to learn more or get started. We want you to feel assured you're making a good choice when you give to Metro United Way. View our Better Business Bureau Report here.
 

To send a contribution by check,
please mail your donation to:

Metro United Way, Inc.
Dept. 52860
P.O. Box 950148
Louisville, KY 40295-0148

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The Donor Bill of Rights was created so that everyone
can be assured that all funds will be used for
the purposes for which they were given.

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Workplace Campaign Resources

 


 
 

THANKS TO YOU…

The Neighborhood House Learning Center All children will enter kindergarten ready to learn.


Excellence Academy learning centers strengthen the skills of our children and teachers to ensure more of our children enter kindergarten ready to learn.






Ballard High School All youth will complete high school on time prepared for college, work and life.


The Louisville Out-of-School Time (OST) Coordinating Council partnership between Metro United Way, Louisville Metro Government and JCPS helped over 33,000 youth access quality OST programs that encourage them to stay in school, help them remain on grade level and graduate from high school on time.




Former ASQ Participants - Lauren & Ethan Parents and caregivers will have the knowledge, skills and abilities to maintain family stability and help their children succeed.


Over 3,600 families received the Ages and Stages questionnaires to measure their child’s kindergarten readiness, with over 90% of parents reporting that the information they received was helpful.





Henryville Volunteer We will sustain a network of services that address basic needs.


Over 12,500 volunteers have been deployed to help with the Southern Indiana Tornado recovery effort.

Give. Advocate. Volunteer.And LIVE UNITED.

Metro United Way serves the counties of Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham and Shelby in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd and Harrison in Indiana.
Our Mission: Improve lives and our community by engaging people to give, advocate and volunteer.
Our Vision: A community whose people achieve their fullest potential through education, financial stability and healthy lives.