United Way of Escambia County

Education

United Way Education Summit helped bridge gaps

Studer Community Institute was among 19 nonprofits that shared insights and resources with 46 school district employees representing 26 schools at the United Way of Escambia County's Education Summit. Read full story

Community

United Way reports on a year’s worth of community building

United Way of Escambia County's annual meeting highlights nonprofit's community impact as fiscal year closes

United Way of Escambia County's annual meeting highlights the nonprofit's community impact in education, health and financial stability as fiscal year closes. Read full story

Education

Find out how to become a Reading Pal

Every Child a Reader in Escambia and United Way are hosting information sessions on the Reading Pals program, which pairs volunteers with preschoolers who need help boosting their literacy skills. Read full story

Education

The high cost of high school dropouts

How costly is the decision to drop out of high school? The average dropout can expect to earn $44,000 a year less than a person who earns a diploma and graduates from college with a four-year degree. Read full story

Giving back

United Way seeks professionals to help nonprofits

Want to help the community but not sure how? United Way of Escambia County wants to help teach you to be a better nonprofit board member. Read full story

Community

Old parking meters get new look for homeless campaign

Artists this Saturday are volunteering to paint repurposed parking meters in downtown Pensacola for a Better Way to Give, a homelessness awareness campaign. Read full story

Community

United Way celebrates donors, community impact

In all, United Way gave $1,692,593 to 30 agencies that are working to improve the health, education and financial stability outcomes of Escambia County residents. Read full story

Community

United Way celebrates investment in Pensacola

United Way of Escambia County will wrap up its annual workplace campaign and celebrate its community investment grant recipients on June 25. Read full story

Community

United Way accepting applications for ‘Loaned Executive” program

Loaned Executives (LEs) are volunteers who are “loaned” to United Way by their employers to support the United Way’s Workplace Campaign through leadership and advocacy. This program is a perfect opportunity for you to make a HUGE impact on Escambia County’s nonprofit community while developing your leadership skills and professional network. Read full story

Community

United Way of Escambia County, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity and AmeriCorps ACES announce kickoff celebration for National Volunteer Month

On April 7, volunteers from across the community are invited to kickoff National Volunteer Month hosted by the United Way of Escambia County, Pensacola Habitat for Humanity, and AmeriCorps ACES, in conjunction with the City of Pensacola. Read full story

Free tax help

Free tax prep offered for anyone earning less than $60,000

United Way’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program will do your taxes for free if you make less than $60,000 a year. Read full story

Community

Two of Pensacola’s biggest, best hearts

Andrea Krieger and DeDe Flounlacker were honored on Wednesday for their community service by Volunteer Florida. Read full story