COVID-19 Recovery Fund

United Way of Washtenaw County - COVID-19 Community Relief Fund is Transitioning to Phase II

Thank you to all of our corporate partners and donors. Because of you we were able to reach our million dollar goal. The quick response from the community made it possible for United Way to be at the forefront for the needs of Washtenaw County.  We are proud to support over 38 local organizations in Washtenaw County to help meet the needs in our community as best as possible. One organization, Destiny and Purpose Community Outreach (DAPCO) assists families with the skills and resources to maintain healthy relationships and lives.  We will continue to make grant investments until we have invested 100% of the funds raised.

"As stricter measures are instituted to curb the spread of COVID-19, including longer school closures and orders of 'shelter in place,' the pressure on parents only increases," said Towana Parker, Executive Director of DAPCO. "With resources from United Way, we can ensure that meeting their baby's essential needs for diapers and wipes isn't an additional stressor on them."  
Thank you for your support, United Way and our partners will be best able to assist populations most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to view the latest grant investments.
The COVID-19 response from United Way will now transition to the Community Recovery Fund that will continue to support the waves of critical basic needs and will help provide financial navigation services, workforce support, and education to stabilize individuals and families.  Donate today to support the Community Recovery Fund as part of phase II in our COVID-19 response efforts. 



We would like to recognize and thank the following organizations and companies for their help and support, including the the Song Foundation, Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, Bank of Ann Arbor, Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, Consumers Energy, Google, Huntington Bank, Hylant, James A. and Faith Knight Foundation, KeyBank, Laurie and Tim Wadhams, Meijer, NetScout, RTI, Speckhard-Knight Charitable Foundation, Toyota and The Weiser Family.**

***Please note: We are pleased to recognize all of our corporate donors to the Community Relief Fund.  Also recognized are individuals and donor-advised fundholders who gave $50,000 or more to this fund.