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United Way of Southwest Minnesota is a local autonomous 501 (c) 3 organization working to create lasting changes in people's lives and the communities in Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Yellow Medicine and portions of Cottonwood, Lac qui Parle, Nobles and Redwood Counties of Minnesota.

 

The organization is led by a diverse group of volunteers from business, government, human services, education and the community.  United Way of Southwest Minnesota provides opportunities to be involved with and invest in local communities to help advance the common good.

 

Advancing the common good means creating opportunities for a better life for all.  When we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all.  We all win when a child succeeds in school, when families are financially stable and when people have good health.  These results/changes have benefits that ripple out to the area as a whole.

 

The mission of United Way of Southwest Minnesota is to improve lives in Southwest Minnesota by mobilizing the caring power of our communities.

 

 

Latest News
LIVE UNITED. GIVE UNITED. GROW UNITED. August-26-2014
United Way of Southwest Minnesota (UWSWMN) unites people and resources to improve lives in the area with a focus on education, income (financial stability), health, safety & well-being, and hunger
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Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive Benefits Dawson Boyd Students August-18-2014
The Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive collected supplies and backpacks for 25 participating schools within the United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s service area, assisting an estimated 3,500 stud
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Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive Benefits YME Students August-18-2014
The Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive collected supplies and backpacks for 25 participating schools within the United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s service area, assisting an estimated 3,500 stud
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Pacesetter Campaign Kick-Off August-12-2014
Did you know that UPS has been running United Way employee campaigns for the past 32 years?

This week marks the kick-off of our local Pacesetter campaigns with UPS. Pacesetter campaigns d
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The Ribbon Has Been Cut July-29-2014
The Ribbon has been officially cut! 

Today marks the grand opening of the Granite Falls Born Learning Trail. Located in Rice Park, this amenity will be used by families for years to
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Marshall GreenStep Business July-29-2014
Congratulations, United Way of Southwest Minnesota has been recognized as a Marshall GreenStep Business with 16  points and will be listed on the www.marshallgreenstep.org website!  On behal
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Stuff the Bus at HyVee July-29-2014
Thank you to everyone who helped us Stuff the Bus at Hy-Vee last Friday and donated cash at the register throughout the weekend! We collected about 1000 donated items, plus $900 in donations (some cas
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United Way Membership Requirements and Network Benefits July-29-2014
United Way of Southwest Minnesota (UWSWMN) unites people and resources to improve lives in the area with a focus on education, income (financial stability), health, safety & well-being, and hunger
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Stuff_the_Bus.jpgThanks to everyone who helped make this year's Stuff the Bus successful!  CLICK HERE to see photographs from the event!

 

WA_Reading_Lion_Comp.jpgWild About Reading events were held in nineteen local parks this summer with over 300 children in attendance! CLICK HERE to see some photographs from the events.

 
Upcoming Events
 

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