Who We Are
United Way Manitowoc County envisions a community where all people achieve their human potential through education, financial well-being, and healthy lives. We accomplish this through volunteer and resource development, partnership building, and advocacy.
United Way Manitowoc County uses an issues-focused business model. Our Board of Directors voted to focus on the following county-wide priorities: Volunteer Engagement, Youth Social and Emotional Well-being, Early Connections and Literacy, and Basic Needs.
Diversity & Inclusion Statement
Inclusiveness is one of the core values guiding the United Way Manitowoc County (UWMC). We reaffirm this belief in our policies, which guide and direct our employment practices, program funding and volunteer recruitment. In living out this core value, UWMC strives to provide equal opportunity to people of any race, creed, color, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, age, national origin, sex, veteran status, or those with disabilities. We promote the full realization of this policy through the positive recognition of the value of diversity.