United Way California Capital Region’s mission is to build stronger, healthier and more compassionate communities. We are dedicated to improving the lives of families and children in the Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties.
United Way’s mission is more important than ever.
The pandemic has weakened communities and exacerbated injustices. When it comes to healing our region, many people have no idea where to start.
Ending poverty starts in school, ensuring all students receive the support they need to graduate and succeed. By intervening early, we can disrupt cycles of poverty and implement true systemic change.
United Way has an established track record of providing direct financial empowerment to local families through programs including Free Tax Prep, Kindergarten to College and COVID-19 relief.
Bringing people together is what we do best. We partner with individuals, companies and nonprofits to impact our communities.
United Way California Capital Region is responding to the Coronavirus COVID-19 health crisis in a variety of ways to ensure continuity of operations and vital community programs.
COVID-19 Relief Fund
As the nation responded to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, United Way California Capital Region created the United Way California Capital Region COVID-19 Local Relief Fund to provide essential resources for low-income households.