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  Take a $10 chance on taking this adorable playhouse home Proceeds will benefit United Way’s Children’s events. Tickets can be purchased at the offices... More +
The United Way of Butte and Anaconda Annual Meeting will be held July 10, 2019 at noon in the United Way conference room.  New Board Members will be... More +
The office will be open from 9:15 to 1:00 for the next few weeks.  We will notify you when it will be open full-time again.
Day of the Child - 91 children learned "Birthdays R Fun".
United Way of Butte and Anaconda is pleased to announce their 2019-2020 allocation process.  Local non-profit human services organizations that are in... More +
Both of our Stone Soup Events were a huge success.    In Butte, volunteers prepared 50 cups of soup that were donated to the Butte Emergency Food Bank.  ... More +
Join us in a FREE, FUN day.  United Way's Day of the Child will be held Saturday, March 9, from 11-3 at the Butte Plaza Mall.  The theme this year is "... More +
VOLUNTEERS NEED A Community Bounty Sharing Event STONE SOUP Each Volunteer will be asked to contribute an ingredient and participate in making the soups.... More +

What United Way Does

United Way improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities to advance the common good.  Our vision is to be a leader and catalyst for community change in the business of caring for others.

Believe in our communities!
When you give to United Way of Butte and Anaconda...It stays Local.

For 68 years we have provided service to our communities using our mission and vision statement as a guide.  

Our focus is on:

  • EDUCATION of youth and adults

  • Improving the HEALTH of individuals

  • Assisting individuals gain FINANCIAL STABILITY

Our methods used to meet our mission include solicitations for funding, collaborations with other agencies and recruitment of volunteers 

Our delivery model includes using the money we garner to fund other non-profits and sponsoring community events.

For many of these agencies, we are the sole stable financial source for their programs.  For others, we providefinancial support for supplemental programs needed to meet the total needs of their clients.  We also sponsor five community events.  Three of these annual events helplow-income families dress their children, provide new moms and moms-to-be with needed supplies for their babies and deliver nutritional soup that has been assembled and prepared byvolunteers.  Two community programs do not have a financial component.  In these we sponsor a fun, educational event for children in the elementary grades and provide volunteer physical help to homeowners whose abilities are limited and to other non-profits withlimited finances.

We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and rely heavily on community volunteers for the success of our programs.

Our goals for 2018-2019 include raising $168,000, impacting 6,000 individuals in our communities and recruiting 250 volunteers to help us deliver our programs.

I know there will be many challenges ahead but if we share the burden together we can continue the fight for the health, education and financial stabilityof every person in our communities.

Together we can show what it means to 

LIVE UNITED