Community Investment

The United Way of St. Lucie County is committed to serving the community in the areas of Education, Financial Stability and Health. To better serve the local community and invest in long-term, measurable change, the United Way is transitioning to the Collaberative Impact Model.
 
The Collaberative Impact Model will engage new partners in solving some of St. Lucie County's most pressing issues. On June 21, 2017, United Way of St. Lucie County awarded its Collaberative Impact Funding for 2017-2018. In total, 29 programs received funding for the 2017-2018 grant cycle: 7 programs were awarded three (3) year grants to address priorities in the focus area of Educatin.
 
For questions, please contact Director of Collaborative Impact, Jessica Parrish at (772) 464-5300 or jessica.parrish@unitedwayslc.org.

Spotlights

Good News!

Karen Knapp, CEO, accepts a generous corporate grant check from Bank of America. Karen Knapp, CEO, accepts a generous corporate grant check from Bank of America.
Howard Tipton accepts a proclamation from Mayor Gregory Oravec Howard Tipton accepts a proclamation from Mayor Gregory Oravec
UWSLC board member Jan Chase was presented with a $262,000 check by Publix St. Lucie County Management Team. This generous corporate gift to our annual campaign was made by Publix Super Markets Charities. UWSLC board member Jan Chase was presented with a $262,000 check by Publix St. Lucie County Management Team. This generous corporate gift to our annual campaign was made by Publix Super Markets Charities.
Thank you Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club for another banner year fundraising for, both, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. Pictured with Karen Knapp is Lois & Brent Fraser, Harbour Ridge 2016-2017 Campaign Co-Chairs and Carol Houwaart-Diez. Thank you Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club for another banner year fundraising for, both, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. Pictured with Karen Knapp is Lois & Brent Fraser, Harbour Ridge 2016-2017 Campaign Co-Chairs and Carol Houwaart-Diez.
United Way of SLC CEO Karen Knapp spoke to state legislators at the SLC Legislative Delegation Meeting at IRSC on Friday, advocating on behalf of children, the elderly and Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) families. United Way of SLC CEO Karen Knapp spoke to state legislators at the SLC Legislative Delegation Meeting at IRSC on Friday, advocating on behalf of children, the elderly and Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) families.