Together, we're working toward a racially just community where . . .

People Have Homes

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Students Graduate

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Families Are Financially Stable

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People Have Homes

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Students Graduate

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Families Are Financially Stable

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Because of COVID-19, the needs of the most vulnerable people in our community are increasing. United Way of King County is committed to a just recovery and has set up the Community Relief Fund to address these needs.

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We Stand in Opposition to Hate and Extremism


Our Work at a Glance



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Committed to Racial Equity

We envision equitable and just communities where all people thrive which is why we’re addressing racial inequities head on. The only solution to creating the community we want is to dismantle these racist systems that are at the root of the issues.

Read more about our racial equity journey

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Eat, Drink & Be Generous

Join us for a series of virtual events centered around good food and raising money to support the community.

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