UWBA announces new CEO,

Kevin Zwick

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United Way Bay Area Receives $750,000 Grant From Wells Fargo To Launch Rental Relief Fund

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UWBA stands with #BlackLivesMatter

United Way Bay Area stands in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter in the struggle to end systemic racism, poverty, injustice and police brutality. We are deeply saddened...

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United Way Bay Area COVID-19 Community Relief Fund Distributes $4.3 Million

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During COVID-19 health crisis, 211 serves as a resource for relief information

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What Exactly Do We Do?

We activate individuals and organizations to break the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area by building financial capability among residents. We are fighting to remove barriers to success and improve lives.

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How Do We Do It?

We create poverty-fighting programs that scale and drive impact. We are also a catalyst that inspires people to invest in each other to strengthen and transform our communities. We address the needs of our community through three areas of impact.

Financial Stability

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Employment & Career Opportunities

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Basic Needs & Homelessness Prevention

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Financial Stability

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Employment & Career Opportunities

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Basic Needs & Homelessness Prevention

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The Impact

Is In The Numbers

4656


adults received free one-on-one financial coaching.

108000


calls answered and 53,000 online visits to connect those in need with essential services.

7300


youth connected with jobs, internships, and job training.

78000


tax returns filed, bringing back $82 million in refunds to low- and moderate-income families.

10000


low-income families in the Bay Area served through our Labor Community Services partnership.