February 2, 2022 The United Way Bay Area hosted a webinar to share information about our recently released Housing Grants. Kevin Jenkins, United Way…Read More from the article "WEBINAR REPLAY: HOUSING JUSTICE INITIATIVE GRANTS INFORMATIONAL SESSION"
AMIDST RISING HUNGER, INCOME DISPARITIES, AND HOUSING INSECURITY IN THE REGION, UNITED WAY BAY AREA UNVEILS OUR NEW STRATEGIC PLAN. By Kevin Zwick,…Read More from the article "LAUNCHING OUR NEXT CENTURY OF IMPACT – DISMANTLING POVERTY. REBUILDING FOR EQUITY."
Philanthropists and United Way Bay Area’s new Community Ambassadors Council come together to inform grant making decisions. January 27, 2022 In December, UWBA hosted…Read More from the article "INNOVATING PARTICIPATORY GRANTMAKING THROUGH COMMUNITY-BASED VOICES."
By Kevin Zwick, CEO As 2021 comes to a close, the holiday season is in full swing, and many of us are taking time…Read More from the article "A SEASON OF HOPE AMID CHALLENGING TIMES"
By Kevin Zwick At this stage in our pandemic recovery, typical economic indicators are pointing upwards, including new hires and wage gains. Despite these…Read More from the article "AS FOOD PRICES RISE, UWBA CONTINUES OUR FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER"
Did you know that over 148,000 Bay Area residents are NOT caught up on their rent payments? This article is the last in our…Read More from the article "PAYING RENT IS STILL A CHALLENGE PART 3 OF A 3-PART SERIES"
What should we consider as we grapple with a “new normal” for a CA wildfire season that exacerbates inequalities that have already grown too wide?…Read More from the article "SUPPORTING WILDFIRE RECOVERY AND RESILIENCY IN THE GREATER BAY AREA REGION"
By Anton Timms and Scott Marlowe There are hundreds of thousands of Bay Area families that struggle to make ends meet and find it…Read More from the article "Thank You for Supporting Uwba’s Back-to-School Drive!"
Did you know that over 148,000 Bay Area residents are NOT caught up on their rent payments? As mentioned in part 1 of…Read More from the article "PAYING RENT IS STILL A CHALLENGE PART 2 OF A 3-PART SERIES"
Several cities across the region are beginning to confront the racist and exclusionary history of restrictive zoning laws THIS ARTICLE WAS FIRST PUBLISHED…Read More from the article "OPINION: WHY BAY AREA NEEDS TO ELIMINATE SINGLE-FAMILY ZONING"