Who We Are
United Way of Kenosha County is one of 1,800 United Ways around the world. United Way partners include global, national and local business, nonprofits, civic and faith organizations, as well as educators, labor, health organizations, government and more.
An architect of solutions for challenges faced by countless people in our community. Many organizations focus on one cause, but United Way really looks at the community as a whole and in a collaborative effort, creates solutions.
Diversity and Inclusion
We believe that diversity of thought as well as cultural diversity of staff and volunteers strengthens United Way of Kenosha County's ability to achieve its mission, vision, philosophy, and values. Diversity and inclusion are at the heart of what it means to LIVE UNITED and are fundamental to achieving our mission and impacting goals in education, income and health.
Valuing diversity includes respecting and appreciating each person's race, color, religion, creed, gender, nationality, language differences, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical, mental and developmental abilities, age, socioeconomic status, veteran status, parental status and the perspectives of each individual shaped by their nation, culture, and experiences. We see diversity through active inclusion and recruitment of board members, staff, and volunteers.
Our organization is committed to being a health and human service leader that meets the needs of our diverse community. Our board, staff, and volunteers should reflect the community we serve in order to understand and respond quickly to the changing needs of our community.
Ultimately, it is our goal to create a culture in which diversity is integrated into every aspect of our United Way's operation.