Pikes Peak United Way advances the common good by not only providing a safety net for basic needs, we work to prevent tomorrow's problems by addressing issues today.

Our focus is on education, family stability and safety net services - the building blocks for a good quality of life.  Learn more >>


Cornerstone 2012

The Cornerstone Program underwrites Pikes Peak United Way's fundraising and administrative costs, allowing our community’s generous donations to support programs and services helping those in need.

For their generous support, we extend our sincere appreciation to our Cornerstone Partners >>




2012 Campaign DVD

When it first began in the early 1920s, Pikes Peak United Way served approximately 500 people affected by conditions such as tuberculosis, poverty and old age.

Watch this year's video >>


IT'S TAX TIME AGAIN! Did you know that if you make less than $49,000, you can get your taxes done for FREE at one of El Paso county's 6 VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Preparation) sites? The volunteers are IRS-trained, and can also help you determine whether you qualify for an Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). To make an appointment, please call 2-1-1.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Pikes Peak United Way is teaming up with El Paso County and City of Colorado Springs to enhance communication with the public during a disaster. We are looking for volunteers to help take calls in the Joint Information Center. Ideal volunteers would be able to stay calm under stress, operate a computer/tablet, and show empathy to those they are talking to on the phone. If you are interested, please contact Claire Sanderson.

Our 2012-2013 Annual Report is now online! You can read it here, or download your own copy.

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