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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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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 has set up the Community Relief Fund to address these needs. Please support this effort to help those most impacted by COVID-19.

painting of george floyd courtesy of Nikkolas Smith

Artwork courtesy of Nikkolas Smith

Justice Served in This Case, But the Need for Systemic Change Remains

While we are relieved that justice has been served in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, we must remember that, when it comes to policing in this country, we are far from living in a just society that is free from systemic and structural racism.

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United Way of King County’s Unique Approach to Fighting Homelessness
Helping Students Graduate
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty


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Racial Equity Matters

At United Way, we’re addressing racial inequities head on. We know that with our funding and policy-making influence—and donor support—we can change racial inequities in King County.

Read about Our Racial Equity Work (PDF)

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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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