United Way of the National Capital Area is uniquely positioned in the community to convene resources and partners to help join us in the fight to solve the most pressing issues in our community. And today, that issue is the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in our region.
United Way NCA has reactivated its Emergency Assistance Fund (EAF) to promote the health, education and financial stability of our community, especially for those residents who have or will be impacted by restrictions and closures of schools, businesses, and community institutions designed to slow the spread of the virus.
The urgency is real! In the weeks and months ahead, the EAF will provide additional capacity to community-based organizations in the region to deliver economic assistance and access to vital food and basic need supplies to the thousands of school-age children who depend on their school’s meal programs and workers in the region who already have and will be impacted by the temporary loss of income.
Will you join us in this fight by making a donation today? Thank you for giving and for joining with us to LIVE UNITED!
For important FAQs about the United Way NCA Emergency Assistance Fund and additional resources about the COVID-19 crisis click here.
For general information or questions, contact Mary Ann Floto at MFloto@uwnca.org
For community partnership inquiries, contact Dirk Butler at DButler@uwnca.org
For media inquiries, contact Nedelka T. Phillips at NPhillips@uwnca.org
For corporate partnership inquiries, contact Jeff Fraley at JFraley@uwnca.org
United Way NCA Emergency Assistance Fund Corporate Partners: