Women United

Since 2002, United Way’s worldwide network women’s leadership groups have raised more than $1 billion to drive lasting change in local communities. Locally, Women United is a dynamic, philanthropic group dedicated to promoting our Bib to Backpack work. Beyond making an annual financial contribution, members contribute their time, professional expertise and talent to ensure that parents and caregivers in our region have the tools they need to help the children in their lives be successful.

245 Members

185 Volunteer Hours

11 Impact Events

June

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Volunteer: Meet Up and Eat Up Block Party

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Volunteer: Meet Up and Eat Up Block Party

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July

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Women United Learn United Tour

A Learn United Tour is an...

August

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Women United Learn United Tour

A Learn United Tour is an...

Volunteer: Meet Up and Eat Up Block Party

Wednesday June 21 - 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Parkman Library, 1766 Oakman Boulevard, Detroit

Join us as a volunteer at Meet Up and Eat Up!

Volunteer: Meet Up and Eat Up Block Party

Saturday June 24 - 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Beaudette Park, 786 Orchard Lake Road, Pontiac

Join us as a volunteer at Meet Up and Eat Up!

Women United Learn United Tour

Wednesday July 12 - 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
United Way for Southeastern Michigan
660 Woodward Ave., Suite 300
Detroit

A Learn United Tour is an interactive tour focused on United Way for Southeastern Michigan’s work in the community. You’ll learn how we help children get a great start in life, make sure all children receive nutritious meals year-round and provide high school students with the tools and experience needed for their next step in life.

Women United Learn United Tour

Wednesday August 2 - 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
United Way for Southeastern Michigan
660 Woodward Ave., Suite 300
Detroit

A Learn United Tour is an interactive tour focused on United Way for Southeastern Michigan’s work in the community. You’ll learn how we help children get a great start in life, make sure all children receive nutritious meals year-round and provide high school students with the tools and experience needed for their next step in life.

Testimonials

Learn why these leaders members joined Women United

Rema Nasif

Rema Nasif

"I'm able to get involved in our community, support women and help foster early education with their children. The mission of United Way and Women United is strong and I am honored to be a part of it."

Aimee Argel

Aimee Argel

"I joined Women United because I know how powerful women can be when they come together to make a difference."

Heather Toutant

Heather Toutant

"Being involved with Women United allows me the opportunity to make an impact on the lives of children in my community."