United Way funded programs strive to improve the quality of life for neighbors, friends, coworkers and families. Last year, over 188,500 units of services were provided touching thousands of lives. United Way funds over 50 health and human service programs that touch the lives of infants, children, families, seniors and everyone in between.
If you are looking for help, please call 2-1-1. You may also contact the United Way office at 719-225-8580 and we will be happy to refer you to an agency that serves your need
UWPC Partner Agencies Providing Funded Programs
A volunteer organization that processes relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Meets the special needs of boys and girls developing their capacity to be self-sufficient, responsible adults. Serves girls and boys ages 5 to 18.
Money management services and services to unmarried parents and families.
Year-round developmental child care, preschool, before and after school care. Serves children ages 2½ to 12 on a sliding fee scale.
A nurturing and home-like environment for the prevention, investigation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse through a coordinated multidisciplinary team approach.
Health care—including medical, dental, mental health and health education for uninsured and under-insured people of all ages. 11 locations. Physicians are Board certified.
Food, clothing, transportation and prescriptions for people in need on
Helping those in need with food, clothing, transportation, holiday toy assistance for families and children, and spiritual needs.
Provides 13 different services for senior citizens. Services are targeted to those with the greatest socio-economic needs.
Licensed child care, before and after school care, summer child care, pre-kindergarten and preschool instruction for children ages 2½ to 12 years on a sliding fee scale.
Other Organizations Receiving Grants
Organizations receiving funding from United Way in 2019/2020 include: A Caring Pregnancy Center, Adams State University Foundation, Advocates Against Domestic Violence, Agape Fellowship Church, Arkansas Valley Resource Center, Care and Share Food Bank, CASA of Pueblo, Center for Disabilities, Center for Restorative Programs, Colorado Farm to Table, Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West, EPIC Pueblo- Executives Partnering to Invest in Children, Friendly Harbor Drop In Center, Health Solutions, Hospice del Valle, Inspiration Field, La Puente Homes, Mental Health Colorado, Mountain Park Environmental Center, Noah’s Ark Animal Welfare Association, Posada, Pueblo City Schools, Pueblo School District 70, Pueblo Soup Kitchen, Pueblo StepUp, Sangre De Cristo Volunteers for Community, Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre, and Tu Casa.
65 additional nonprofits receive funding through the donor designation process.
Emergency Response and Recovery Fund Grantees
Alamosa Senior Citizens
Belmont Senior Care
Boys & Girls Clubs of Pueblo County
Boys & Girls Clubs of the San Luis Valley
Care and Share Food Bank
CASA of Pueblo
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Pueblo
Custer County Community Sharing Center
East Side Child Care Center
Eastside Action Support Team (E.A.S.T.)
El Pueblo History Museum
Fishers Peak Soup Kitchen
La Veta Village
Mt. Carmel Health, Wellness and Community Center
PAWS for Life
Pueblo Child Advocacy Center
Pueblo Community Soup Kitchen
Pueblo Cooperative Care Center
Pueblo Diversified Industries
Pueblo Rape Crisis Services
Pueblo Rescue Mission
Southern Colorado Harm Reduction Association
Southern Colorado Spay and Neuter Association and Shelter
Southside Children’s Center
Tri-County Family Care Center
YWCA of Pueblo