Have you ever wondered how United Way makes its funding decisions?
...It starts with you!
Each year, United Way receives about 40-45 grant requests from local nonprofit organizations that are seeking funding for programs to improve education, health and financial stability for local residents.

We rely on local people, like you, to serve on Citizen Review Panels to help us decide where the money goes.
Other United Way News & Events
Join us for the Community Conversation on April 27
Join us for the next Community Conversation on Wednesday, April 27, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at The Kane Center featuring Rishi P. Singh, MD the President of Cleveland Clinic Martin North and South Hospitals.

Lunch will be provided. Registration is required.

Frances Langford Humanitarian Award
The United Way of Martin County Foundation recently presented Bob and Karen Croce with the 2022 Frances Langford Humanitarian Award during a reception held at Sailfish Point.

Free Tax Prep
With MyFreeTaxes®, filing your return online is free for filers that earned less than $73,000 in 2021! That means you can file your federal and state returns online without spending any money in tax preparation fees.

Make a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) in 2022
Are you 70.5 or older with a traditional IRA? In many cases, a QCD is 100% tax-free, and can potentially have a real impact on your 2022 taxes by allowing you to support United Way of Martin County without increasing your taxable income.

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