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2015 United Youth Grant Application 

The 2015 United Youth Grant Application is now available. Grant applications are due Friday, February 13. Please submit 8 copies of your grant application. Click here for the grant application and the scoring guidelines


United Way Community campaign
winds down, nears goal

As of Christmas Eve, the United Way community campaign was at 88 percent of its $745,000 goal. It means we have successfully raised $653,139 and have $91,861 to go. We base our annual campaign goals on the past year's performance, with a stretch for good measure. The stretch is minimal but nevertheless helps our agency partners better meet the needs our local neighbors.

Tina Potter, FDL Area United Way executive director, says "I feel confident we will meet our goal, but I still get fidgety at this point in the campaign until I know for sure."

Full article.


Success Stories

When Susie wanted to join Girls Scouts, like all the other girls in her third grade class, the United Way was there to fund programming, transportation and access to a troop leader who has become a vital part of Susie's world and socialization, integrating and collaborating with other girls her own age, from different neighborhoods, has opened a new world for Susie that might not have been possible without United Way funding. See that Susie continues to get the support she needs.

More Success Stories.

Promotional Radio Spots

These are promotional United Way radio spots that I encourage you to share from a few of our supporters (mp3):
Tyler Frank, Target
Nancy Daleiden, United Way Donor
Nicole Wiese, National Exchange Bank & Trust
Dan Hebel, Boys & Girls Club
Todd Schaefer, Brenner Tank and Kevin Lichtenberg, Fives G&L

United Way Campaign Video





Why We Give

"United Way makes it really easy to give and only a little money from each of my paychecks goes a long way in helping serve people in my community." 

- Lydell Brown, Holiday Automotive




United Way In the News

The United Way was recently featured in an article titled, Private Businesses Can Be Good Citizens, Too. "Fond du Lac Area United Way Executive Director Tina Potter says 34 percent of the organization’s 2013 donations came from corporate giving." Read the full article.