The merger of three United Ways based in south and mid-Michigan will bring exciting new opportunities to the region while strengthening local impact and maintaining their local presence. Read More.
At its annual volunteer recognition event on April 21, 2021, the Capital Area United Way honored 10 individuals and one company for giving thousands of combined hours of volunteer time to local organizations. Read more.
Capital Area United Way invites members of the media to tune in as the Michigan Association of United Ways (MAUW), along with Governor Whitmer and other state leaders, announce the findings from the 2021 ALICE Report on Tuesday, March 23. Read More>
Capital Area United Way’s Volunteer Center is seeking nominations for adults and youth deserving of recognition for the volunteer service they provided in the capital area during 2020. Read More>
InstaShield is an affordable, convenient face shield that attaches to your favorite baseball cap. The company is making this donation part of its Million-Shield Challenge. Read More>
The Michigan Association of United Ways (MAUW) today released new ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) data, which shows 63% of Black households statewide are unable to make ends meet. Read More>
Michigan is the first state in the nation to match its 2010 census self-response rate –– a significant milestone that can be attributed in part to early outreach by nonprofits throughout the state. Read More>
At its first ever virtual volunteer recognition event on June 15, 2020 streamed on Facebook Live. Read More>
On Monday, June 15 Capital Area United Way kicks off a virtual week of action to celebrate the national Day of Action. Read More>
Andrea Rodriguez, retired educator and active community volunteer, received the Walter A. Campbell Award from the Capital Area United Way. Read More>
The City of Lansing and the Capital Area United Way have partnered to mobilize the community and local resources to reach those in crisis amid the COVID-19 Pandemic. Read More>
Horizon Bank has donated $5,000 to the Capital Area United Way Emergency Relief Fund to help provide direct assistance to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More>
Capital Area United Way is suspending tax prep appointments and closing ALL VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE (VITA) SITES until further notice. Read More.
Financial workshops and pre-scheduled appointments for free tax preparation will headline “Show Me the Money Day” Saturday, Feb. 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Washington Avenue Armory, 2500 S. Washington Ave., Lansing. Read More.