We are all feeling the impact of inflation and supply chain squeezes on our economy – at the gas pump, at the grocery store and in almost every facet of our lives.

Well, those effects are magnified for low-income working families and the nonprofit organizations that they rely on. 

Whenever our community is in need, United Way is there.

But we can’t respond without you.
We’ve received a record number of grant requests representing a 35% increase in funding compared to last year. 

We have never seen such an outpouring of requests and an elevated need here in Martin County. It’s why we’re asking the community to help us rise to the challenge. 
Last year, United Way’s Community Impact Fund supported a network of 42 programs in Martin County to meet basic needs for food, housing, mental health services, educational enrichment, financial stability and much more.

This year, there has been a greater call for help for programs that support homeless and transitional housing, offer mental health services and provide transportation.

Can you help us raise $50,000 in honor of our 50th anniversary to help us respond to this unprecedented challenge?

Whether you can give $5, $50 or $500, every gift will bring us that much closer to meeting the urgent demand for social services here in Martin County.

United we rise. United we win.