2018 Live United Rally

Swinomish Casino and Lodge ♦ April 26, 2018 ♦ 11:15am-1pm

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We envision a world where all children are ready to learn.
This future involves a community-wide partnership - and that means YOU.

Our keynote speaker, State Representative from the 39th District, Carolyn Eslick will discuss the value of community Familiy Resource Centers.

Skagit Reign (Leadership Skagit) is partnering with United Way of Skagit County to build two Born Learning Trails: One at Hillcrest Park in Mount Vernon and the other at Storvik Park in Anacortes.

Skagit Reign needs your support to make these important Trails happen.

To find out more about the Born Learning Trails CLICK HERE!

United Way fights for the

Heath, Education, and Financial Stability

of every person in Skagit County

Together we fight, United we WIN

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Cutting Hunger on the Weekends. Food services for school aged children.

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United Way of Skagit County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity.

Link to our Diversity and Inclusion Statement here.

We envision a world where all children are ready to learn.
This future involves a community-wide partnership - and that means YOU.

Special Announcements

Check out this Valuable Resource for Parents of Young Children

Northwest Play and Learn is a campaign by Northwest Early Learning to increase the number of high-quality play groups in our region. NWEL believes that participation in Play & Learn will lead to improvede outcomes for children and families. Play & Learns support the vision that "all children have high quality early care and learning experiences that support optimal growth and development leading to success in school and life." Click here for the entire report.

United Way's 2016-17 Annual Report is now Online

Click Here to View Annual Reports

Ride 4 CHOW

Sedro-Woolley teacher is riding across the US to raise funds for CHOW.

Over 13,000 Skagit children are likely not getting enough food to eat on weekends, holidays or during the summer.

Learn more about CHOW

2018 Skagit Change Maker Award Recipient

This week at Community Action's Needs Assessment Data Release at Northwest Career Center Cheryl Bishop received the Skagit Change Maker Award. Through her persistence, leadership and vision Cheryl has contributed to making Skagit County a wonderful place to live. She is the first ever awardee for this special honor. The Skagit Change-Maker Award was created in honor of Terry Belcoe by United Way of Skagit County, Leadership Skagit, Skagit County Public Health, Community Action, North Coast Credit Union, and Population Health Trust.

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United Way of Skagit County
PO Box 451
831 S. Burlington Blvd.
Burlington, WA 98233

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