Holding a food drive is a great way to make the holidays a little brighter for struggling families. Begin now organizing your drive and gathering food items then assemble meal bags OR provide individual food items...choose what works best for you! Donations will go to Emergency Food Network for distribution throughout the holidays.
It is an exciting morning at the 7th Annual From Poverty to Possibilities Summit at Hotel Murano, Downtown Tacoma! Thrilled to welcome our panelists:
Pierce County Human Services and the Metropolitan Development Council (MDC) Community Action Programs are conducting a comprehensive assessment to identify strengths, barriers, and resources in the community to meet the needs of children, youth and families.
Thank you to the team at Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department for a marvelous United Way of Pierce County Campaign kickoff! The pie fundraising event went off with no slices left, raising over $2,000 towards the campaign.
Tacoma Public Utilities and the City of Tacoma just wrapped up their campaign with a takeover at Cheers in University Place. Rod Koon and Friends played music and the atmosphere was electric. They raised a lot of money for United Way of Pierce County! Here are a few pictures from the event.
Join United Way of Pierce County in celebrating Socktober this month!
The changing leaves and cooler temperatures are a reminder that - for those who are homeless or for families struggling to get by - fall and winter can be challenging without adequate cold weather supplies and footwear.
YOU CAN HELP! Below are a few ways to make a difference for those in need this fall and winter.
November 14, 2023
September 25, 2023, Tacoma, Wash. — United Way of Pierce County (UWPC) proudly introduces its Campaign Co-Chairs for the 2023/2024 fundraising drive: Beth Johnson and Michael D. Griffus.
In their volunteer roles, Johnson and Griffus will spearhead workplace campaign goals, engaging with over 300 participating companies across Pierce County to garner crucial support.