Campaigns

Each year, thousands of people come together to invest in United Way—one dollar, thousands of dollars leveraged to generate lasting impact. This is the power behind invested impact.  It assures powerful local programs in Education, Financial Stability, Health and Safety Net Services receive the funding they need to assist McLennan County residents.

Conduct a Workplace Campaign

United Way workplace campaigns are about bringing people in our local businesses together to positively impact McLennan County’s most difficult issues in the areas of Education, Financial Stability, Health and Safety Net Services. We partner with your company to develop a customized fundraising campaign that aligns with your company’s corporate values, as well as the particular interests of the employees.

Participating in a United Way workplace campaign allows you to support our entire community. You can easily help address those needs with a generous gift utilizing the convenience of payroll deduction.

To make a donation or to begin running a 2018 Workplace Campaign, please contact Director of Campaigns and Community Engagement, Mary Beth Kauk, at marybethkauk@unitedwaywaco.org or call 254-752-2753, ext. 204.

Individual/Small Business

As an individual or small business, you have a unique way to support United Way of Waco-McLennan County and its partner agency programs by making a personal gift. You will experience the satisfaction of seeing your donation turn into programs and services that impact lives of McLennan County residents. When you see the needle moving on important social issues in our community, you will know you helped to make a difference and achieve community impact.

Retail/Hospitality

Inspire Giving
Donate a % of your proceeds for a week to the United Way Campaign.

Provide Opportunities for Others to Give
Invite your customers to donate $5 at check-out.

Dollar for Dollar
Make a donation match for each dollar donated by a customer.


LAST YEAR IN MCLENNAN COUNTY. UNITED WAY FUNDED PARTNER PROGRAMS PROVIDED:
20,549
low-income children access to
Early Childhood Education
classes and quality afterschool and summer programs
33,753
low/uninsured families with access to
Medical Screenings and Health Exams
as well as prescription assistance and other therapy needs
150,498
children, adults, and families with
Meals and Bags of Groceries
over 46,000 eligible children, adults and families
4,602
low-income pregnant girls and women
Pregnancy Related Care Needs
including prenatal care, resource assistance, and parenting classes
22,344
families and individuals with
Family and Domestic Violence Care
including access to shelters, resource counseling, and case management