Government, individuals, businesses, and nonprofits may not agree on everything, but we all want to live in a thriving community.
to bring together whole sectors and provide the funding and support to tackle our region’s most pressing challenges.
received direct hardship assistance with housing, health, utilities assistance, and other emergencies from Labor Liaisons through our Labor partnership last year.
have been pulled out of poverty since the 2015 passage of California’s State Earned Income Tax Credit, legislation that UWBA lobbied Congress for as part of our ongoing policy agenda to help struggling families.
raised through workplace campaigns in 2015, supporting more than 2,000 local poverty-fighting programs—including $20 million for UWBA.