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United Way of Butte and Anaconda announces it will hold its annual Day of Caring on Thursday, June 22, 2017. The Day of Caring is a day the United Way... More +
Beginning on April 15th United Way of Butte and Anaconda will be partnering with Schwan's Cares to raise money for our Dress a Child event to be held in... More +
The annual Day of the Child, sponsored by United Way of Butte and Anaconda, brings together organizations that will provide FREE, FUN EDUCATIONAL... More +
Proceeds from the FedEx Diaper Drive were distributed as follows: Safe Space received six bags of toilet paper and personal hygiene items and diapers. 4 C... More +
The Stone Soup event was very successful.  Twenty Northwestern Energy - Data and Customer Care Center enployees assembled 72 containers of "Soup in a Jar... More +
Thank you every one and everybody for making the 2016 Dress a Child event a great success.   United Way of Butte and Anaconda and the Salvation Army are... More +
Our Dress a Child event will be held Thursday, August 25 from 5:00 to 9:30.  You can volunteer to be a Shopping Buddy for 1 hour or 4 hours.  We will have... More +
Our Day of Caring was held June 21.  We had two projects and 19 volunteers to complete them.  Our supplies were funded by Kimberley Clark Depend brand... More +
  This year's Day of Caring Action will be June 21st.  Kimberly-Clark's Depend Brand and United Way are coming together to promote healthy, active, and... More +
United Way of Butte and Anaconda presents the Day of the Child on April 16 at the Butte Plaza Mall and April 23 at the Anaconda Family Resource Center  

Our Work

The United Way of Butte and Anaconda (UWBA) is working to build a stronger community, creating opportunities for everyone by focusing on three basic building blocks of life - Education, Income and Health.  To ensure that scarce financial and human resources are used effectively, UWBA encourages collaboration among public and private human service providers.  

Programs intended to enhance the education of children, youth and adults or the ability to seek education.

Programs which promote financial stability and independence.  Programs which provide childcare or assistance which enable parents to earn an income.  These programs may include temporary housing, clothes and food if income has been lost or while a person is recovering from a life-altering event.

Programs which concentrate on improving people's physical and mental health.

 

Duplication of effort among service providers is a community concern that UWBA shares.  UWBA volunteers will be proactive in their efforts to monitor duplication of effort and encourage providers to find ways to prevent unnecessary duplication.