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
Parents received access to quality childcare and afterschool programs that enabled them to work and have an income.
Children and families received access to health services, enabling better health management.
Youth received quality afterschool and summer experiences
When you give to United Way’s Child Well-Being Impact Fund and it’s Investment Priorities, you’re ensuring that your money is put to work where it can do the most good across our 13-county region.
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