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Education, income and health make up the building blocks of opportunity that enable you — and ALL Quad Citizens — to succeed and thrive. That’s why United Way focuses on all three simultaneously, bringing together the resources and partners to build solutions that address their interconnectedness.

When you invest in United Way, you create lasting change right here in your own hometown. The money raised here stays here to provide opportunities for every Quad Citizen to live their best possible life.

Every Dollar Counts

When you invest with United Way, your dollar goes a long way: 

  • Child well-being: For every $1 invested in prenatal and infant care programs focusing on child well-being and healthy homes for children, there’s a $5.59 return.
  • Out of school support: A $50 investment enables meal sponsors to provide program enrichment, quality improvement, and overall enhancements to increase impact and expand reach.
  • Pathways to work: A $250 investment in career training materials helps a person get certified for a job that earns $6,300 more per year.

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African American Leadership Society (AALS)

AALS focuses on fostering the next generation of Black leaders all while helping to make an impact in the Quad Cities.
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Women United

Women United invites you to join a group of caring women dedicated to improving the lives of our youngest Quad Citizens.
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Organized Labor

The AFL/CIO United Way partnership provides union members with the opportunity to shape the Quad Cities through volunteer services and a direct link to information on health and human services.
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Young Leaders

Our Young Leaders are up-and-comers in their 20s, 30s and 40s who help advance the common good and support strategies that ensure kids are successful in school.

Tocqueville Society

The Quad Cities Tocqueville Society is made up of philanthropists who contribute leadership gifts of $10,000 or more into United Way. This allows us to target funds and mobile on-the-ground efforts to tackle our community’s most pressing needs.
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