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Read about our work to improve lives and increase awareness of growing needs in our recent quarterly reports.


This quarter, we united in our beliefs in promise, potential, and power. Read to see how our commitment to serving Central Maryland strengthened neighbors and neighborhoods in Central Maryland.
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At United Way, we’re invested in equity, access, and opportunity.


Our agents, actions, and voices have created hope and change across Greater Baltimore.
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We wrapped up much more than holiday presents for local children and families as 2022 came to a close. Check out how we gave the gifts of help, hope, and opportunity to people across our region this quarter.
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There are so many ways to support United Way. Read about how our volunteers, donors, staff, board members, advocates, and partners are all sparking something bigger and better for those we serve every day.
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April-June 2022

Our programs break down barriers to education, housing, health, and employment. We take on the toughest challenges facing our neighbors and the neighborhoods they call home. Take a look at how we’ve strengthened lives and neighborhoods!
Mayor Brandon Scott

January-March 2022

At United Way, we're committed to strengthening the lives of our neighbors in Central Maryland.
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October-December 2021

At United Way, we're invested in positive, enduring change.
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July-September 2021

We’re on a mission to unite our community and spark change.
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April-June 2021

A year after the pandemic hit our region, we continue to help our neighbors and neighborhoods recover and rebuild—and we’ll never stop.
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January-March 2021

As we marked a year of helping our neighbors and neighborhoods impacted by the pandemic, we amplified our outreach to the communities we serve—and the voices of our local leaders.
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October-December 2020

United with our donors, volunteers, and many community partners, we closed a year like no other by bringing even more help and hope to those in need.
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July-September 2020

The impact of COVID-19 on our neighbors and our neighborhoods has brought with it cascading needs.