Financial Counseling Empowers Domestic Violence Survivors

Letter from Our President: March to Recovery with United Way

One year ago, our city and state issued a stay–at–home order as COVID-19 began to spike. I don’t know about you, but what I remember most was fear and uncertainty. What would this mean for our two kids, who were in pre-k and second grade at the time? How could we keep our colleagues and families safe? How long would this last – two weeks, a month, until summer? Frankly, the only thing we were certain about was that we needed to act quickly to help our neighbors.

Celebrating the Women of United Way

Chicago Women Make History

Job Training Gives Workers New Lease on Life

United Way-BET Relief Funds Help Build the Leaders of Tomorrow

Black History Lives in Our Neighborhoods

It Takes a Village to Raise a Child

Uniting for the Holidays Lifts Families’ Spirits

Response Fund Supports Local Youth