Our Mission: Uniting Skagit County to build a positive and sustainable quality of life for all.


Our Impact

Since 2018, 197 participants have graduated from Financial People Project (FPP), Welcome Baby and the Diaper Bank have provided resources for over 4,000+ families, and Youth United provided over 4,000+ volunteer hours in our programs each year.

FPP Graduates

Families Helped

Volunteer Hours


United Way of Skagit County now offers the following in-house direct services and programs to unite Skagit County to help build a positive and sustainable quality of life.

Peer-led financial education sessions are regularly held with groups of low- to moderate-income individuals and families to help achieve upward economic mobility by gaining and leveraging assets to produce wealth.

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Diaper need is something that effects families all over the country, and our home here in Skagit County is no different. United Way collaborates with our partner organizations to provide diapers and other supplies to families in need.

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Coaching, support, and resources to encourage high school students to volunteer 100 hours within their communities.

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Almost 3 million people have fled Ukraine, and experts predict 7 million will be forced to leave before the conflict is over. Neighboring countries, including Poland, Romania, and Hungary, are seeing the biggest waves of people escaping the violence. United Way is stepping up to support those displaced by the violence, providing life-saving relief.

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