Improve Our Community - Support the Annual Campaign!
The needs of our community don't present themselves neatly on a calendar. But we've found the most effective way to raise financial support - through concentrated, purposeful annual campaigns. Each fall, the community, local businesses, and organizations join together to raise funds for the United Way of Hood County. This annual campaign provides the support the United Way and our partner agencies need to ensure that individuals and families in our community have opportunities to live a healthy life. Our fundraising campaign supports our work and helps to make our community strong.
The United Way of Hood County's annual campaign also provides opportunities for our community to come together. Whether it be through workplace campaigns, our fundraising events, volunteer time, or direct mail opportunities, residents of Hood County can make a greater impact on the health and strength of the community they call home.
We need your help to improve people's lives. You can give to our campaign either through a payroll deduction or a direct donation. You can decide to be billed later or make small recurring gifts. There are so many ways in which you can support our campaign.
Whatever method you choose, or whatever amount you choose, your donation to the United Way is a gift to the community that will make a difference this year, next year, and well beyond. At United Way, we meet today's critical needs and do all we can to ensure that people don't face those needs in the future. We all benefit when our community is stronger. Please give to this year's campaign.
EXPLORE OUR 2021-2022 CAMPAIGN HERE
Running a United Way campaign is rewarding and a great way to bond as a team while helping to improve lives in Hood County.
If you are organizing a campaign at your workplace, are working with a team to run a campaign, or are just curious about what it takes to put a campaign together, the best place to start is by contacting your company's United Way representative or by calling our office at (817) 579-5100. You can also fill out our online interest form and someone will contact you.
Online resources coming soon!