• Fox Cities Diaper Bank
    Each year over 300,000 diapers are distributed to families in need.
  • United Way's PATH for Students
    School-based mental health counseling is offered by therapists through this United Way initiative.
  • Hometown Huddle
    Myles White and children from McKinley School
  • The Connector
    United Way and Valley Transit have partnered to provide access to transportation for second and third shift workers.
  • Packers present to Mayor Hanna
    Green Bay Packer players present the Hoover Park Hometown Huddle plaque to Mayor Tim Hanna.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Radisson Paper Valley Hotel
7:30 am - 9:00 am

2014 Annual Report to the Community

2014 Annual Meeting


At the 2014 Annual Report to the Community, nearly 350 United Way supporters gathered to review the year's accomplishments.


The agenda included a video review of 2014 and the announcement of Wes Urch Volunteer Service Award recipients, Mary Jo Buchberger and Liesl Britzke.


We are grateful for the support of the Fox Cities community and extend our thanks to each and every one of you who have invested in building a better life for all of us. You are truly making a difference in the community. Thank you. View more photos of the event.



Check out the UWFC Insight Booklet


Insight Cover Photo 2014

Read about our work in early childhood education and the new Weight of the Fox Valley initiative.


PATH Receives Statewide Recognition


United Way's PATH for Students, which provides school-based mental health services in the Fox Cities, was recently featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and on Wisconsin Public Radio. Thank you to our community for helping to support PATH and the 830 students served by the program!


2013 Annual Report

It's here! Read about the on-going work of United Way Fox Cities in our 2013 Annual Report.

The Live United Story

Congratulations Volunteer Service Award Recipients

2014 Wes Urch

Every year, at the Annual Report the Community, we recognize an individual for his or her outstanding service to United Way Fox Cities. This year, the award committee wished to honor two volunteers for their years of service, Mary Jo Buchberger and Liesl Britzke. Read more about our award recipients.


Free Community Health Breakfast


Join Weight of the Fox Valley at a free Community Health Connections Breakfast. The breakfast will be held on April 24 at Bridgewood Resort Hotel & Conference Center, 1000 Cameron Way, Neenah, WI from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. The program will feature keynote speaker, Mark Jenike, Associate Professor at Lawrence University. Professor Jenike's presentation will provide an interesting anthropological view on the issue of obesity in the 21st century. Register by April 21.


Campaign Success

Campaign Celebration

Over 200 supporters of United Way Fox Cities gathered to celebrate a successful community campaign that met the 8.1 million dollar goal. Generous support from the community makes it possible for United Way to continue the work of building a stronger, more caring community for everyone. Read more in the Post-Crescent and view photos of the event.


Read our Blog

Blog "Logo"

The United Way Speak blog is a great way to stay engaged in the work of United Way Fox Cities. New articles are posted weekly and feature updates and insights from various contributors including United Way Fox Cities' staff, volunteers, board members, partner agencies, Emerging Leaders, Youth Board members and more! Read our latest blog post or  sign up to receive our blog in your e-mail.


Watch The LIVE UNITED Story


Learn about how United Way Fox Cities works everyday to improve the community by watching Lisa's story.

We have a Winner!

Samantha Zelten

The winner of the 2014 Fiat 500L, donated by Bergstrom Automotive, is Samantha Zelten. Keys to the car were presented by Tim Bergstrom, President and COO of Bergstrom Automotive and, special guest, Green Bay Packer, Ha Ha Clinton Dix.


Teen Symposium 2015

Teen Symposium 2015

Teen Symposium is a one-day youth leadership conference hosted by United Way Fox Cities and the YMCA of the Fox Cities. The conference featured multiple guest speakers, a community resource fair and various leadership activities. This year's event had the largest attendance yet, with over 400 ninth grade students and adult chaperones from 20 different local high school groups. View photos of the event.


Depend and United Way Volunteer Events

Volunteer Event

Thank you to all of the 80+ volunteers who packed Literacy Kits and Healthy Meal Kits. We are extremely grateful to our generous community! View photos of the events.

UWFC and Depend


United Way Videos

2012 Video Daniela

Charity Navigator

Our Impact Areas

United Way is advancing the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Read about our work in the Fox Cities.

Developing Children
and Youth

Xasha for Children and Youth

Promoting Health, Healing and Crisis Intervention


Strengthening Families

Strengthening Families

Providing Basic Needs
and Self-Sufficiency

Shopping and Errand for Basic Needs