United Way of Palm Beach County is Trustworthy, Efficient and A Champion for our community every day, especially during emergencies. Our team, volunteers and 61 partner agencies work every day to ensure that Palm Beach County residents have access to basic needs: a quality education, a place to live, financial stability, good medical care, and enough to eat.
Giving to United Way of Palm Beach County is the best way for you to make a difference in our community. Every gift made to United Way of Palm Beach County is considered an investment in our community, one whose impact will be multiplied when combined with others.
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Be A Champion for our community by donating to United Way’s COVID-19 Response Fund for Palm Beach County and help meet our community’s emerging needs during this unprecedented time.
Your Help is Desperately Needed at This Time.
United Way of Palm Beach County is connecting with partners across our county to organize solutions for our neighbors experiencing hunger, loss of income, and other needs due to the widespread protective measures against the spread of COVID-19. Your funds will help our community gain access to the basics which best positions United Way of Palm Beach County for this sort of rapid response.
United Way of Palm Beach County is the official Palm Beach County partner collecting financial donations for impacted communities.
Be A Champion for our community! Donate online or text GivePBC to 41444.
Thank you Corporate Community Partners!
Jim Moran Foundation
Bank of America
Florida Power & Light Company/NextEra Energy Foundation
Florida Blue Foundation
Alice and Chris Holbrook, Advisors to The Alice Busch Gronewaldt Foundation Fund at Palm Health Foundation
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COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Grant
United Way and many other funders in Palm Beach County have joined together to establish a coordinated Coronavirus (COVID-19) Relief and Recovery application process. This funding process will provide assistance to nonprofit organizations in Palm Beach County and Martin County whose staff, services and clients have been impacted by this disaster. Funding priorities include emergency food, shelter, access to healthcare and other basic needs. Click here to learn more.
211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast: 211 has activated its disaster website to provide current information on COVID-19. If you are need of assistance during this time, we encourage you to contact 2-1-1 by visiting their website 211palmbeach.org, dialing 2-1-1, or texting your zip code to 898211.
Summer BreakSpot Meal Sites: Summer BreakSpot locations have opened early to provide free meals for youth ages 18 and under. Visit their website to find a location near you.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: The CDC is providing guidance on the COVID-19 outbreak. It will be updated as additional information becomes available. Visit its website to access these updates and resources.