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Why is there a local, state and national United Way?

Local United Ways are independent, autonomous organizations, owned and operated by local volunteers. Your local United Way determines what community problems it wishes to address with United Way resources. Local United Way dollars stay in local communities to address the most critical needs in that community.


The state and national United Ways serve as member associations and assist local United Ways in a number of ways, including streamlining resources, sharing knowledge and best practices, and building capacity. 


How can I find my local United Way?

You can search for your local United Way by reviewing our Wisconsin United Ways listings here.


Where can I find United Way of Wisconsin financial information?

The United Way of Wisconsin files an annual report with the Wisconsin Secretary of State as well as form 990 to the IRS.  Form 990 is available at


How and where can I donate to United Way?

You can donate to the state organization United Way of Wisconsin by mail, or contact your local United Way to donate directly.


I need assistance, where can I get help?

Dial 211 from your phone to connect with your local Wisconsin 211 Contact Center. 211 is a simple, free way to connect all people in need with services for everyday life or in times of crisis. You can also chat, text or search 211. Visit to learn more


By dialing 211 anywhere in the state of Wisconsin, people are linked to information about local resources, from both government and nonprofit organizations.


I want to help, how can I volunteer?

Your local United Way will have information about volunteer in your community or you can visit Volunteer Wisconsin for opportunity listing from around the state.

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