We identify the most pressing issues in our community and we bring together the people we think can solve them. Right now, one of the biggest issues we see facing all of the communities we serve is the Coronavirus. For workers living paycheck to paycheck and families facing homelessness or other financial pressures, the ripples caused by the Coronavirus will have a lasting impact on their lives.

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Because of donors like you, United Way of Greater New Haven has been a force for good for 100 years. From Orange to Madison, New Haven to Bethany, we fight for the Health, Education and Financial Stability of every person in every community.

We do this work by focusing on more than one approach. We house the homeless, feed the hungry, prepare infants and toddlers for kindergarten, and help families find jobs and get on solid financial footing. In short, we are helping people today and creating hope for tomorrow.

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people served last year

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donors last year

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