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Status as of 6/11/2020.  We need your help.  By helping us fill the thermometer you can help over 6,000 people in our communities.
United Way of Butte and Anaconda has received a generous grant from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation to assist us in our efforts to raise... More +
We want to thank Water and Environmental Technology for their donation to aid us in helping our community in this time of difficulty. If you wish to help... More +
The Day of the Child event, scheduled for March 28, has been postponed due to the Covid 19 virus.  More information will be provided when it is... More +
We had three days of "Stone Soup" prep this year.  This was the first day.
United Way of Butte and Anaconda is thankful to the following companies that allow their employees to support us through payroll deductions. These... More +

Funding Community Events


United Way of Butte and Anaconda, in conjunction with the Salvation Army Backpack program, provides funding for low income children from Butte and Anaconda to receive new outfits in preparation for the upcoming school year.  In August of 2019, we had152 children receive school clothing and backpacks.  This year's event, held at Walmart would not have been such a success had it not been for the 75 volunteer "Shopping Buddies" giving of their time to take a child into the clothes/shoes section of Walmart and help them spend their $100.00 voucher.



United Way of Butte and Anaconda, along with many of our Agency Partners and other organizations, hosts an event that focuses on the children of our communities.  A carnival atmosphere takes place and this year's theme is "Around the World.  The Day of the Child event will be March 28 at the Butte Plaza Mall.  Activities, prizes and education opportunities for children of all ages are available at no cost.  Each child that attends will receive a chance to win a Boy's or Girls bicycle, both of which are courtesy of Walmart.



United Way of Butte and Anaconda organizes a Day of Caring in June or July.  This community impact project provides sweat equity to those in need.  We rely heavily on volunteers to make this all possible.  In the past, senior citizens, veterans and community facilities have all received help. 



United Way of Butte and Anaconda partners with the Healthy Family Network of Butte to host a Community Baby Shower in May for low income mothers or mothers-to-be.  All participants receive presents for their baby and can win larger prizes.  Educational opportunities are also provided.



United Way of Butte and Anaconda hosts a Stone Soup event in February.  Volunteers contribute items to the stone soup to make it a nutritional meal for our citizens who receive supplies from the Butte Emergency Food Bank and Anaconda's Project Care.  The soup was assembled at the Silver Bow Developmental Disabilities Council Nutrition Kitchen and the Youth Empowerment Services in Anaconda.  Containers of soup are delivered to the Butte Emergency Food Bank and Anaconda's Project Care for distribution.