WHEN YOU GIVE, YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Three Ways to Make a Gift to United Way Suncoast
Your United Way contribution will change lives. Your money works to provide people with the opportunities and resources they need to move forward and build new futures in a caring community. United Way Suncoast works to break the cycle of generational poverty through educational programs that give children the skills they need to succeed and help adults achieve long-term financial stability so they can support themselves and their families. We help children and adults overcome barriers so they can reach their full potential and achieve a better life. We focus on early literacy, youth success, and adult financial stability.
Without financial contributions from our generous donors, United Way Suncoast would not be able to provide the wealth of services to the community that it currently offers. You can donate to United Way in a wide variety of ways, in a manner that meets your individual financial situation and budget. Every gift, whether it’s $25 or $25,000, makes an impact and improves a life for a person here in our community.
Become a Legacy Leader by helping United Way continue to do its work in the community. By including United Way Suncoast in your will or trust, designating United Way Suncoast as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or an IRA or a 401(k) or creating a split-interest gift, you leave a lasting legacy of impacting our community for the better.
Contact Julie Sills-Molock at 813-274-0900
BECOME A SPONSOR
Our Community Advocate Sponsors go above and beyond their workplace campaigns and corporate contributions. They underwrite United Way Suncoast events and materials, and help us make an even bigger impact in the community. For further information about becoming a Community Advocate Sponsor, call 813-274-0900.
A copy of United Way Suncoast’s (CH14043) official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling 800-435-7352 or visiting www.800helpfla.com. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.