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Now, more than ever, it’s time to LIVE UNITED!

We can’t improve the lives of children, families and communities without you.


What Your Money Does

Your individual donation makes a big difference for our community. For the cost of that weekly movie rental or restaurant to-go dinner, you could help individuals and families get on track to a better future.

  • 4 jobs for young adults
  • 200 hours of specialized job training that helps a dad earn a certificate and qualify for higher paying jobs
  • 2 paid internships for youth, exposing them to STEM careers
  • 65 families can receive financial coaching
  • 10+ hours a month of virtual mentoring and academic support for one youth throughout the school year
  • Mental, physical and dental screenings for 10 women fleeing  domestic violence
  • 50 preschoolers receive books
  • 30 days of rent or utility payments for a single mother who has lost her job to help her family avoid eviction
  • College test prep for three young people to take the SAT or ACT
  • 25 meals for families
  • STEM career fair for 1 middle school
  • 6 weeks of counseling for someone who has experienced chronic homelessness

We're Making an Impact!

When you give to United Way’s Child Well-Being Impact Fund, you’re ensuring lasting, collaborative solutions to the critical problems that stand between us and a better quality of life for communities in Greater Atlanta. Our Child Well-Being Impact Fund puts your money to work where it can do the most good across our 13-county region.


children built their reading skills through literacy focused programs.

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Retirees lend a hand

AARP's Experience Group volunteers help bolster third grade reading scores.

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children and their families received assistance with basic needs, such as food, shelter, transportation and technology.

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Community Partners Collaborate​

United Way, Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta funds help give nonprofits, families in need hope.

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youth built soft skills that employers prefer, such as comprehensive work-based learning programs.

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YouthWorks is a Path Forward​

YouthWorks has touched the lives of at least 1,700 youth and young adults.

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parents received access to quality childcare and after school programs that enabled them to work and have an income

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Assistance Helps Woman Pursue Her Dream

Women United Advancement Initiative attempts to remove barriers preventing women from reaching full potential.

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Community Stories and News

In-Person Application Events Scheduled for Atlanta Emergency Rental Assistance Program

Right now, thousands of families across the City of Atlanta are at risk of eviction or homelessness due to COVID-19-related financial hardship. But there’s hope.  … Read more

‘We’ve got the same world to live in. We’ve got to shape our collective future.’

In late September, United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Tocqueville Society met for the second edition of its “Coffee & Conversation” series. These interactive, panelist-led dialogues  … Read more

Tocqueville Society Member Spotlight: Amy Rudolph

Amy Rudolph is a key part of the Atlanta legal community. She is a Partner at Eversheds Sutherland and is the Deputy Practice Group Leader  … Read more

An IRA Can Help United Way Be a Powerful Force for Change

Lyn and Bob Turknett of Turknett Leadership Group use an IRA to support the work of United Way of Greater Atlanta. What inspires you to  … Read more

Applications open for additional COVID-19 response grants

ATLANTA – September 30, 2020 – The Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, a joint effort from Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta and United  … Read more

United Way of Greater Atlanta SPARK Price Competition

2020 Dekalb County SPARK Prize™

Welcome to the SPARK Prize 2020! Through SPARK Prize, United Way of Greater Atlanta awards small grants to fund collaborative and innovative projects that address  … Read more

Affinity Groups

When you donate to United Way of Greater Atlanta, you join communities of like-minded individuals to drive sustainable improvements in the well-being of children, families and individuals across Greater Atlanta.

Exclusive to those 40 and younger who donate $500 or more annually.

Open to individuals or couples who donate a $1,000 or more annually.

Exclusive to women donating $1,000 or more annually.

Open to African-Americans and others who support AAP’s mission and donate $1,000 or more annually.