Within United Way, groups of like-minded people are inspiring their peers to make a difference. Together, we are more than the sum of our parts. Together, we can change the world.

When people engage with United Way, they bring their passion, skills and vision to our efforts, focusing their sights on the greater good. Together, we can accomplish far more. All of us bring our unique perspective, experience and enthusiasm to the cause, and that diversity is the wellspring of innovative solutions we need to affect positive change on a large scale.

We invite everyone to be part of the change in our community. Whether it's women, students, young professionals, or major donors -- our groups are just one more way for you to explore the "United Way experience."

Click on the group that interests you to find out more about what we’re doing to improve education, financial stability and health.



Women United 

Women United (formerly known as WLC) pools the time, talent, and financial resources of its members to bring to the forefront the positive impact which women can have on a community. 


Young Leaders United 

Young Leaders United (YLU), formerly Young Leaders Movement, builds socially conscious leaders who fight for change. YLU unites passionate people to create more equitable communities through advocacy, volunteerism, and giving.


Retire United 

Retire United mobilizes the experience, expertise, and resources of individuals who are retired or soon-to-retire to strengthen our community through volunteerism and philanthropy. 


Tocqueville Society 

Tocqueville Society members unite to increase United Way’s capacity to stabilize families, help children succeed, and empower healthy living. An annual gift of $10,000 places you among this uniquely engaged group of philanthropists. 



Mission Ignition

The mission of the program and of the student board is to make service fun and engaging for high school students by turning it into a competition and encouraging a sense of community while inspiring philanthropic lifestyles that transcend graduation requirements.