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We invite you to read about the work and impact of United Way Bay Area for the most recently completed fiscal year, July 2022 to June 2023 (FY23). In the last year our region continued its recovery from the fallout of a global pandemic and faced an uphill battle with the rising costs of living. We also saw many of the pandemic-era government support programs come to an end including rental relief, the eviction moratorium, expanded college student access to Cal Fresh, and the increase in pay for essential workers. In 2022, we saw cost of living rates jump to their highest level since 1981, almost doubling that of 2021. As a result, we saw many more neighbors across our eight-county region grappling with poverty. Learn how we worked together with volunteers, donors, labor partners, community organizations, institutional partners, and elected officials to continue our mission of fighting poverty in the Bay Area.
In our most recent completed fiscal year, July 2022 to June 2023, we served nearly 277,254 community members as our region continued its recovery from the fallout of a global pandemic and faced an uphill battle with the rising costs of living. We invite you to learn more about our efforts in our community.