October 20th Events Rescheduled

Due to the very unpredictable Michigan weather, both events, originally scheduled for Thursday, October 20th have been rescheduled.

Make a Difference Day - Will now be held on Friday, October 21

High school students and community members will still come together, just one day later than the scheduled date. The volunteers will work at seven senior citizen sites in Saginaw County. For more information, please contact Cindy at 755-0505, ext. 219

Trash to Treasure Sale - Will now be held on Thursday, October 27

NEW United Way Website

Welcome to the United Way of Saginaw new and improved website. Please take a look around and let us know if there is something that you want to see but don't, or if something isn't quite as easy as it should be to access. We are making improvements each day and thank you for your patience and support while we get all the kinks figured out. In the mean time, thank you for your support! LIVE UNITED!

Ticket #0391 Wins Vacation Package Raffle

Congratulations to Michelle L. from Saginaw who won our Create Your Own Vacation Package raffle! Sammy Spirit, Saginaw Spirit mascot, drew her winning ticket numer (#0391) at our Annual Meeting on April 16. Thank you to everyone who helped United Way raise an additional $10,870 by selling or purchasing tickets. Also, a huge thank you to Morley for donating the generous trip!


For more raffle information, visit our Raffle Page.

2015 Campaign

People can live their best when they are educated, healthy and financially stable. Once people have a balance of these three areas, they are able to build a thriving community.

Because of your investment in the community, United Way of Saginaw County can collaborate with local businesses and nonprofits to ensure people facing educational, financial or health crises are easily connected to the resources they need to return to stable ground. Once thriving, these same people can then become advocates, leading their friends and family down the same path.

Disaster Fund Set Up

Recent disasters, now covering more than a dozen states, are devastating the Midwest, East Coast and Gulf Coast. The United Ways of the Midwest and South Disaster Fund provides emergency assistance, such as help with food and shelter, as well as support for long-term recovery efforts in education, financial stability and health to rebuild lives devastated by these disasters.