United Way of the Lewis & Clark Area

All people should have the opportunity to be educated, engaged, prosperous, and healthy.

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When you choose to LIVE UNITED, you support our efforts to ensure children are school ready, empower individuals to increase their financial stability, improve community mental health, and make homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring.

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Early Childhood Coalition of the Greater Helena Area

The first five years matter. We lead the Early Childhood Coalition of the Greater Helena Area, a group of dozens of local child care providers, healthcare providers, advocates, nonprofits, schools, community advocates, and more who are dedicated to young children and their families in our local communities.

Helena Resource Advocates

We lead the Helena Resource Advocates, a group of local health and human service providers who are committed to working together to solve some of our community’s toughest challenges around food accessibility and security, affordable housing, homelessness, and more.

Volunteer Helena

Looking for a meaningful volunteer experience?  Check out www.volunteerhelena.org, where we post volunteer opportunities from a variety of nonprofits throughout the area!

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Office Science – Butterflies!

United Way focuses on health, education, financial stability, and basic needs.  We decided to do our own office science project this spring and we ordered caterpillars for a butterfly garden!  We watched the caterpillars eat, grow, form their chrysalises, and emerge...

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2018 Kids’ Art Project Pizza Party

We partner with local 3rd, 4th and 5th grade teachers throughout the area to do the Kids' Art Project every spring. This year's theme was "How to Change the World", and we asked students in these grades to draw how they want to change the world and what they see...

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