FY 2023 Community Grants
UWWC is looking for new and returning projects which equitably, effectively, and sustainably meet immediate needs in education, health & wellness, & economic well-being. These investments are made to help people now in a way that sets them up for long-term stability.
211 Helpline Now Live!
United Way of Will County launched the 211 Helpline – a free, multi-lingual, confidential, 24-hour information and referral service that provides a central access point to health and human services in Will County
Continuum of Care
PREVENTING & ENDING HOMELESSNESS
United Way of Will County is now the new Lead Agency for Will County Continuum of Care. The CoC is a collaborative partnership of local organizations dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness in Will, Kendall, and Grundy Counties.
We’re Hiring for a New Development Director!
Why Work at United Way of Will County?
Every day is a new opportunity to have a profound impact on your community! But we also acknowledge that this requires commitment, passion, and good ole’ fashion hard work, which is why we offer a comprehensive salary and benefits package!
OUR FOCUS AREAS
We fight for the self-sufficiency, health, safety and education of every person. Together, these areas create Community Impact.
WHAT WE DO
Our programs and services, community solutions, investments, and partnerships all work together to make our community impact agenda possible.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
We help businesses reach their employee engagement goals, strengthen their community impact, and better their business by working with us.
News & Events
211 Helpline Launches June 1 in Will County
WILL COUNTY, IL. – United Way of Will County will launch the 2-1-1 Helpline – a free, multi-lingual, confidential, 24-hour information and referral service that provides a central access point to health and human services in Will County – to begin June 1, 2022.
United Way of Will County receives DHS & FEMA funds under the Emergency Food & Shelter National Board Program
Emergency Food & Shelter Program (EFSP) funds in the amount of $345,687 for Phase 39 and $1,068,437 for ARAPA-R have been awarded to the United Way of Will County.
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