We rise by lifting others. Your local United Way is working on an even larger scale to help families heal and meet our 20-year promise to end poverty in the Capital Region. Together, we can help families overcome obstacles, meet the challenges that come their way, and provide access to opportunities, so they can thrive, and our communities can too.
Volunteers transform our communities. Volunteers devote time and talent to create a meaningful difference and impact in our region. Whether you want to volunteer once, once a week, or once a year, we have something for you on our Volunteer Center. Give an hour. Give a day. We want you to join us as we make a difference in our region.
If you have any questions about these projects, or any project on our calendar, please contact Diana Vo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is your company interested in giving back to the community in an easy and fun way? Participating in a United Way workplace campaign gives your organization and your employees the opportunity to learn about our community’s needs and a convenient way to make a difference. You can join with other businesses across Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties to help improve lives in our community.
Women United (WU) is the California Capital region’s premier women’s group based on the recognition of women as a powerful philanthropic force. This dedicated group is grounded in the idea that addressing the most critical needs of our local foster youth community will enrich the entire community as a whole and creates a better life for us all.
United Way’s Young Leaders Society (YLS) unites young professionals in making a difference in our community.
Young Leaders Society Members:
- Raise funds to support United Way’s work.
- Participate in volunteer opportunities throughout the region.
- Experience and cultivate unique networking a social events, such as Brews & Brains Trivia night.
Tocqueville Society of United Way California Capital Region is committed to making a difference in the Capital Region. Tocqueville members are pioneers in industry, civic leaders, and ambassadors for change, and share a common agenda – give generously of time and resources to create a better community for all.