WE ARE UNITED WAY.

We help people learn, grow, aspire, and live their best lives.

Mission and History

We’ve witnessed Smith County’s history. We’re ready to help shape its future.

Since 1940, the United Way of Smith County has partnered with local nonprofit agencies, businesses, and individuals to identify critical issues, create partnerships, and raise funds to help our local neighbors.

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What is United Way?

United Way of Smith County is creating a better community by inspiring collaboration, fundraising, and volunteerism for dozens of essential programs throughout Smith County.

We’re tapping into our biggest asset—Through collective impact, individuals, companies, nonprofit agencies, government agencies, and faith communities can improve Education, Financial Stability, Health, Crisis Intervention, and create opportunities for all right here in Smith County! Watch our video to learn more.

Our Leadership

Honored to lead.

Our executive committee, board of directors, campaign cabinet, staff members, and other volunteers come from different industries, professions and backgrounds, and are deeply committed to using donations wisely, locally and effectively.

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Our Reports

Always Transparent. 

Our local United Way belongs to the entire community and we invite you to review our reports submitted to IRS. In addition to our form 990s that you can find here, we are audited each year by an independent firm. Our finance committee, board of directors, and executive committee provide layers of accountability and volunteers work hours to ensure that each dollar raised is put to work to help create more opportunities for our neighbors. 

FAQ

Let us answer your questions.

Who? What? Where? When? How? We have the answers you are looking for. Learn how United Way of Smith County helps our community, how money is distributed, whether your donation is tax-deductible, and much more.

 

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