Community Impact

Advancing the Common Good is less about helping one person at a time

It's more about bringing the community together to address the underlying causes.

Community Impact

A commitment to lasting solutions that build opportunity for all.The Building Blocks of a Good Quality of Life

Education - For children from birth to 3rd grade and their caregivers.

Income - Financial self-sufficiency & financial literacy for children & adults.

Health - Healthy, safe living & healthy choices for children.

The Emergency Food and Shelter Program

ALICE report

Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed

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Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading put together this brilliant video that highlights many of the reasons United Way of Skagit County invests so much of our time into addressing the need of early education in our community.

Why do 30 Board Members, numerous volunteers, over 50 local businesses, and 1000s of working people just like you and I join with United Way?

It’s because United Way of Skagit County is in the unique position to focus on the lasting change in a way that no other local non-profit can..

We are the only local non-profit with the experience, knowledge, mission, and resources to bring the non-profit sector, local governments and the business community together around the big issues.

Special Announcements

Low Income Needs Assessment Release

Community Action of Skagit County invites you to join us for a sneak peak at the data gathered during the 2017 Low Income Needs Assessment, a survey of 650 low-income households led by Community Action of Skagit County, distributed by dozens of community partners and key volunteers, and analyzed by Applied Research Northwest, LLC.

Also, at the event the first-ever Skagit Change-Maker Award (Inspired by the life of Terry Belcoe) will be presented.

When: March 27, 1-3pm

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The event is open to all! Human services coalition partners, leaders in education and business, elected government officials and staff, and any community member impacted by poverty issues.


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

360-755-9521 (phone)
360-755-9523 (fax)

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