Get Involved

Interested in keeping kids safe, supported, and set for success? You’ve come to the right place.

Volunteer in your local community. Attend events and network with like-minded neighbors. Get involved and invest in the potential of children, families, and communities across Greater Atlanta. 


Give the gift of your time through individual, group, and company volunteer events. 

Tuesday, September 5
VITA relies on volunteers like you. When you volunteer to become a certified tax preparer with VITA, you’re doing more than securing refunds — you’re uplifting your community.
You can help ensure that families don't repeat homeless. We are looking for multiple workshop leaders to present topics such as financial literacy, resiliency, and other life skills.
Homelessness Compassion Outreach is a weekly outreach to build relationships with individuals experiencing homelessness and to provide meals, hygiene products, and clothing.


Learn and connect with your community at our in-person and virtual events

Thursday, October 12
Join us for a conversation exploring leading journalistic and ethical practices for sharing complex narratives, representing diverse populations – while under deadline.
Thursday, October 19
Join United Way of Greater Atlanta’s African-American Partnership for Meeting of the Minds, a best practice sharing session for African-American Business/Employee Resource Group (Lead) Officers.
Wednesday, October 25
Join us on October 25th, as we gather at Clayton State University to hear from community leaders and participate in an important discussion on Workforce Development.

Make a Donation

Your gift makes a difference. And we give you options to make it easy.

Our Impact Networks

Engagement Groups

African-American Partnership members give $1000 annually and are committed to uplifting African-American boys and young men in the metro Atlanta area.
Women United mobilizes women of diverse backgrounds and is open to those who give $1000 annually.
LINC members give $250 annually and are under the age of 30, and YPL members give $500 annually and are under the age of 40.
Youth United develops and nurtures the next generation of philanthropic leaders.

Donor Recognition Societies

Tocqueville Society and Ivan Allen donors give $10,000 and $25,000 annually, respectfully.
Legacy Leaders are individuals or couples who commit to a planned gift through their wills or estate plans.
Cole Society members give $1,000 annually. This includes access to Women United and African-American Partnership.​

Board Service

United Way VIP is a nationally recognized board governance training program.