Stronger Together

The power of ADVOCATING

Join Pikes Peak United Way as we advocate for those in need and we will keep you updated on the issues surrounding our community and offer opportunities to connect with your representatives.

Take action

Make your voice heard by writing your representatives in support of issues that will advance the common good in our community.

Speak out

Our nation’s most successful anti-hunger tool, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), is at risk.

SNAP helps our neighbors – be they a senior living on a fixed income, a working mom, or a vet struggling to get by – put food on the table. Urge your elected officials to protect SNAP in the Farm Bill.

Stay informed

In 2018, our advocacy efforts resulted in the extension of The Child Care Contribution Tax Credit to 2025!

Donations to the Child Care Contribution Tax Credit provide continued support for early care and education, before and after school programs, early childhood scholarships and more; donors will continue to receive a tax credit.

Spread the word

Simply connecting and sharing our material will help us reach new people and raise awareness in our community. Follow us on social media or stay informed through our news and press releases.

Youth Success

PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY

Pikes Peak United Way partners with community agencies to help students attain educational success from kindergarten to graduation.

We don’t just ask people to give; we work for the common good by advocating positive change to improve the health, education and financial stability for all members of our community. Joining Pikes Peak United Way as we advocate for those in need and we will keep you updated on the issues surrounding our community and offer opportunities to connect with your representatives.

WE ACHIEVE RESULTS BY:
  • Partnering with local nonprofits and businesses to help those in need in our community
  • Ability to tap into a wide array of resources through United Way's national network
  • Keeping efforts focused on local needs specific to the Pikes Peak Region