For nearly 100 years, United Way California Capital Region has faced the region’s deepest and most urgent needs by bringing people together to build stronger, healthier, more compassionate communities.
As we face a pandemic, economic downturn, deep roots of racial inequity and poverty, these words have never been more relevant. And the need for United Way’s time tested expertise in bringing people together is needed now more than ever. We hope you will join our movement across Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties to tackle the tough questions, address root issues and create large scale solutions that end poverty and make the Greater Sacramento region stronger, healthier and more compassionate, starting with our children.
Join us at Square One.
School is square one for reaching all families and ensuring children are healthy and successful in life.
The Square One Project is our 20-year commitment to increase the number of kids who graduate from high school ready for college or career. Together with our community partners, we provide kids and families with the tools and resources they need to succeed in school and beyond.
Our United Way serves the counties of Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo. We are committed to making sure children in all of these communities are ready for success in college and a good life. Visit these county pages to find out what’s happening in specific counties.
United Way is committed to providing current and accurate financial information to ensure donors that all donations are being used effectively and efficiently. In this section you’ll find financial information about our organization including annual reports, audited financial statements, our IRS Form 990, Guidestar rating, code of ethics and more.
If you’re looking for a place to do more than just earn a paycheck, then you’ve found it. At United Way, you can join a team of passionate people united in one goal: to end poverty in the greater Sacramento region. Here, you can earn a good living while helping people in your community do the same.