WE CARE TOGETHER. WE THRIVE TOGETHER.
United Way of Payne County improves the lives of families and individuals by uniting resources. We support a network of 22 nonprofit partner agencies and more than 55 community programs. Our real power comes from bringing together people and organizations to solve our community’s most pervasive challenges. Your contributions are used to address multiple issues and offer help and hope where it’s needed the most. When you give, you help improve the health, education and financial stability for every person in every community in Payne County. More than 73,000 residents are impacted by United Way agencies each year, and the need continues to rise.
We invest donated dollars in nonprofits that focus on: Promoting Education, Improving Health & Safety and Reducing Poverty.
JOIN US IN GIVING. JOIN US IN THRIVING.
You make it possible for those in need to recover from a crisis, rebuild what was lost or reimagine a new kind of future. A future where safety, security and comfort is a reality for everyone. A future where individuals thrive because neighbors care.
It all starts with your donation. Please contribute to the 2022 United We Thrive Campaign and provide help and hope where it's needed the most.
RISING TO THE NEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITY.
United Way of Payne County funds 55 community programs administered by 22 accountable partner agencies. With reliable data, these agencies have proven that they are addressing critical needs and achieving measurable results.
Through our extensive Community Investment process, United Way committee members volunteer their time to review agency funding requests, financials and programs to ensure contributions are allocated to proven, high-quality programs that create long-term impact for anyone in need.
YOUR DONOR DOLLARS AT WORK.
The United Way of Payne County partner agencies serve all Payne County communities, including Stillwater, Perkins, Cushing, Yale and Ripley.
United Way partner agencies operate more than 55 strategic and impactful programs making real, measurable differences in the lives of Payne County residents.
The United Way’s campaign raises money to support three focus areas — Promoting Education, Improving Health & Safety and Reducing Poverty.