Since 1945, our local United Way is an equal opportunity employer and strives to involve and serve the citizens of Klamath County from all walks of life without regard to race, religion, national origin, disbilities, age, gender, or sexual orientation. Your United Way represents people helping people.
United Way held a Corona Virus (COVID-19) emergency response campaign from March 30th to July 31, 2020. See more details by clicking the link on top. The 2020 United Way Community Campaign raised $475,104 for 99% of its $500,000 goal. Thank you for your many years of support.
The 21st Annual United Way Community Golf Challenge was cancelled due to COVID-19. A Golfers and Citizens United for Our Community campaign was held from September 25 to Monday, September 28th and raised a total of $4,200. Special thanks to all who donated gifts, bought items, and to our corporate sponsors: Pacific Power, Umpqua Bank, Klamath Energy and Columbia Forest Products. Mark your calendar--the 22nd Annual Golf Challenge is planned for Sat. Sept. 4th at Shield Crest Golf Course
Elizabeth Sanchez joins 20 high school students in writing about United Way's 18 member agencies.
Click the above link to make a nomination for Volunteer of the Year.
The 27th annual Klamath Country Volunteer of the Year event honored 31 nominees. Andrea Malakar, a student at Henley High School was selected 2020 Klamath Country Volunteer of the Year. The 28th annual Volunteer of the Year event is underway. The deadline to nominate a volunteer or organization is 12 noon on April 1, 2021.