In communities across America, 1,350 United Ways improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of their communities. More than fundraisers, United Ways are partners in change, working with a broad range of people and organizations to identify and resolve pressing community issues.
United Way of Baldwin County traces its roots and first fundraising campaign to 1968. Originally two organizations, in 2007, South Baldwin United Way and North Baldwin United Way merged to form United Way of Baldwin County. We provide support for 30 nonprofit health and human service agencies serving residents in all of Baldwin County. Donations to United Way of Baldwin County stay here in the community helping friends and neighbors. We are committed to serving all facets of the community and do not discriminate based on race, religion, age, ability or any other protected class.
In addition to our 30 nonprofit agencies, United Way of Baldwin County supports United Medical Partnership for Children, a local healthcare initiative providing medical, dental and vision care to Baldwin County public school children who lack health insurance or who are underinsured and First Steps, a a program that partners with local pediatrician offices to promote early literacy and healthy eating.
The United Way of Baldwin County’s collaborative effort with health and human service agencies works to build, grow and enhance the well-being of citizens in Baldwin County.
The United Way of Baldwin County is a network of organizations that brings people together to tackle community issues. Our goal is to create lasting change by addressing the underlying causes to problems in the areas of health, education and financial stability. This is accomplished through a collaborative effort with our community partners and programs designed to address the needs of Baldwin County citizens.