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 >>
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 >>
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.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: We're looking for volunteers to help with VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) centers. No experience is necessary, and there are plenty of ways to volunteer even if you aren't comfortable doing taxes! If interested, please contact Jenna Bentrop. Training sessions are in early December. This is a great way to help our community!
The 2013 Quality of Life Indicators Report is now available - a comprehensive look at our community and those factors most important to our quality of life.
Has your company stepped up to the 10% Challenge?
The Final Report for the Waldo Canyon Fire is now available.