COVID-19 Response and Impact

 

For almost a century, the United Way of Washtenaw County has served our community. Through triumphs and challenges, we mobilize the caring power of our region to help people in need. As we all face growing concerns about coronavirus (COVID-19), our mission and purpose remain the same.   

We are monitoring developments of this global pandemic for families in vulnerable communities in Washtenaw County.
 
In our county, 43 percent of households struggle to meet their basic needs. That’s more than 60,000 households. For many of these families, one small setback can lead to a major financial hardship. A prolonged crisis like this can be catastrophic. 
 
We’re committed to doing all we can to help those who need it most.  
 

 

Latest News from UWWC: See all updates about UWWC's response to COVID-19.

WEMU Interview with CEO Pam Smith: Listen to interview about UWWC and the community's response to COVID-19.

Grant Awards Made To Date: In full transparency, UWWC will publish all awards made from the COVID-19 Relief Fund as investments are finalized. Click here to view the latest grant investments. For more information about the purpose of COVID Relief Fund, visit our Grant Application page.

Contributions Made To Date: We are deeply grateful to our donors that have committed funds to respond to the community's crisis. Click here to learn more.

Financial Coaching:  Our financial coaches are available to provide support those those financially affected by COVID-19. Click here to learn more.