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Connecting People to Possibility
We create opportunities for people to prosper through financial stability services, coupled with early childhood and youth development programs, and health care programs. These important resources help families not only gain financial stability but also build stronger, more sustainable futures for themselves and their children.
Support to achieve what every family wants: good jobs with good wages, safe and affordable housing, financial security, and success for their children.Learn More
One Call for Help and Hope
The 211 Texas/United Way HELPLINE is your go-to resource for everything from food and shelter to disaster resources.211 HELPLINE
Integrated Client Journey
See how a coordinated network of services with clients at the center helps people achieve their goals.Learn More
Employed but in Need
Those experiencing ALICE are working hard, but struggle to afford the basic necessities of life.Meet ALICE
Ready to be a part of the team changing
lives? Here’s how:
From planting gardens to packing meals, find out about opportunities to use your time and talent for good.Volunteer Today
Get everything you need to start or run a fun and engaging campaign at your workplace.Learn More
Other Ways to Partner
From planting gardens to packing meals, find out about opportunities to use your time and talent for good.Learn More
Special thanks to our Caring Champions
and our Corporate Partners:
These corporate partners and their teams raise $500,000 or more.
Caring Champions sponsor events and activities throughout the year.
A look at the impact you make possible:
people connected with help by the 211 Texas/United Way HELPLINE
families helped to achieve financial stability
people got help with basics, like food and shelter
young people built a foundation for success
Our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging:
United Way of Greater Houston is committed to building stronger communities by creating the opportunity for individuals and families to thrive through the creation and funding of programs to address the economic, educational, and assistance disparities caused by generations of systemic institutional racism and other barriers, and to do so in an equitable, reflective manner, regardless of race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, culture, age, physical ability, or lived experience.