When we’re united for the causes that we care about, there’s nothing we can’t do. Join the Live United movement and put your values into action in the community you call home.
Your contributions to the United Way of Greater New Haven make an immediate difference in local people’s lives and aids in the long-term strength of our community. Every donation helps our neighbors meet their basic needs, access education, and build a path to financial stability.
Explore the many ways to give by visiting the Yale-United Way giving page.
Yale retirees can make an online one-time or monthly donation through the secure Yale-United Way retiree platform.
106,129 Lives Impacted
|By the Numbers||Impact|
64,739 Children & Adults Fed
United for Food - We are committed to tackling the root causes of food insecurity while increasing access to nutritious food. Each year, we feed tens of thousands of children and adults through food distributions, pop-up pantries, summer meals for kids, serving prepared meals, and more.
|19,154 Children Supported in Learning||United for Children - We believe in helping kids learn, grow, and thrive! We provided holistic early childhood care and education, gave kids books and school supplies, and funded children’s summer enrichment programs.|
|12,801 People Housed||United for Housing - Everyone needs a warm bed at night. Among other interventions, our Coordinated Access Network connects people in a housing crisis with a safe place to stay.|
|5,322 People Assisted||United for Financial Stability - We believe in offering our neighbors the resources and support to build a stable financial foundation. Our work included direct financial assistance, workforce development, and assisting thousands of households with free tax preparation.|
|2,254 Educated through Equity Challenge||United for Change - We successfully advocated for policy changes like expanding summer meals for kids, funding for homelessness work, and a Child Tax Rebate which benefited 369,863 CT children.|
|1,859 Volunteers||United for Taking Action – Volunteers contributed over 10,000 hours of service – reading to students, planting gardens, serving food, and so much more.|
United Way of Greater New Haven serves residents in 12 towns: Bethany, Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Madison, New Haven, North Branford, North Haven, Orange, West Haven, and Woodbridge.