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United Way Bay Area 2020 Voter Guide
It’s 2020 and a huge election year. The upcoming state and national elections may be one of the most defining elections in U.S. history—but it…
Volunteering in the Time of COVID-19
Volunteers are a critical part of United Way Bay Area’s mission to help break the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area. COVID-19 is affecting…
800,000 Pounds of Food Is Just the Beginning
Even in a typical year, West Valley Community Services distributes about 800,000 pounds of food to hungry people, all with the help of about 600…
Resilience and Hope in San Jose
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, San Jose has been hit particularly hard. Santa Clara County was among the first to shelter in place….
A Lifeline in the Gig Economy
For 60 years, Community Services Agency (CSA) has been a vital lifeline to people in need. Now a member of the Emergency Assistance Network of…
COVID Call to Action: Combat Hunger and Homelessness in Sunnyvale
Before the COVID-19 pandemic officially hit the Bay Area, another crisis loomed in the region. Rising income inequality crescendoed into a soaring divide, with people…
Report: UWBA’s SparkPoint Improves Student Persistence at Community Colleges
Staying in school has never been more difficult. But SparkPoint knows how to get students back on track. United Way Bay Area’s SparkPoint program is…
Fighting Homelessness – One Person, One Cup, One Neighborhood at a Time
This holiday season, you can double your impact on the fight against homelessness! When you give to United Way between December 1-31, 2019, The Starbucks…
Addressing Barriers to Saving
UWBA Brings Community Partners Together to Discuss Work That Is Addressing Barriers to Saving Over the last year, United Way Bay Area (UWBA) has been…
Measuring Social Impact Using Innovative Tools
UWBA’s SparkPoint Centers Use Exponent Case Management to Measure Client Progress and Build Brighter Futures Eric is a single parent and student at Cañada College….