Women United is a diverse group of leaders committed to helping low-income women and their families move out of poverty. Through giving, volunteering, advocating and networking, our leaders advance United Way's mission to end the cycle of poverty and create meaningful change throughout the Bay Area.
Meet Kailee, a student in the Guardian Scholars program at Skyline College and aspiring diplomat. With the support of her school and Guardian Scholars and now SparkPoint—United Way Bay Area’s financial services program—Kailee is not afraid to aimread more
On April 11th and 12th, a United Way cohort will once again head to California’s Capitol to advocate for bills and issues that advance United Way’s poverty-fighting mission – and members of our Women United group are in on the action! These WU representatives will demonstread more
This June, Governor Brown signed a $115 Billion budget into law, laying out a spending plan for the fiscal year beginning July 1. The governor’s budget included allocations for two of UWBA’s top policy priorities including Health 4 All (SB 4) and the first ever California state Earnedread more
Women United creates opportunities for women to connect with like-minded leaders and support meaningful change in the Bay Area.
Women United’s signature project focuses on women and their economic stability, supporting economic independence in the Bay Area.
With an annual gift of $1,000 to United Way, Women United offers members opportunities to make a meaningful difference in our community.
Women United is currently 90+ members strong and aspires to be the leading women's philanthropic group in the Bay Area—a network of women changing lives through philanthropy, leadership and teamwork.