United Way of Escambia County unites our community and leverages resources to improve lives.
In 2016, 24% of Escambia County students did not graduate high school on time. We work to close gaps like this by setting goals that produce measurable outcomes across the education spectrum.
Nearly 60% of Escambia County’s population suffers from obesity-related health problems. We work to address problems like this by setting goals that improve the quality of life for all citizens.
As of 2015, 38% of Escambia County homes were Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE). We work to address hardships like this by setting goals that help move citizens past the cycle of poverty.
Change starts here! You are a part of this great community. It is easy to get involved with United Way to create opportunities for a better life for everyone in our community! We encourage you to provide your personal email address so that we can keep you informed of the needs in our community and the inspiring work of the programs supported by the United Way!