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IDENTIFY our community’s most pressing issues.
HELP people meet their immediate needs.
FIND sustainable solutions.
BUILD a better community.
LIVE United.


Heart of West Michigan United Way unites community resources to reduce poverty in Kent County. Their staff, volunteers, donors, and agency partners are committed to creating lasting, sustainable changes that transform lives and build a thriving community for us all.


We're proud to support Heart of West Michigan United Way. Grants from their Community Investment Fund are made possible by the generosity of more than 15,000 people who donate to the Community Investment Fund each year. Learn where the money goes at


Are you looking for information or do you know someone who needs help? Now - in addition to calling, chatting online, and downloading the app - you can text @hwmuw 211 to get connected 24 hours a day with organizations and programs offering assistance with housing, utilities, elder care, mental health, childcare, and other essential services.


United Way's 2-1-1 connects people to more than 2,900 services in Kent County, including food, shelter, utility assistance, disaster recovery, childcare, transportation, and more.


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Helping people is simple when we work together @hwmuw. #LIVEUNITED

Just $1/week, the cost of downloading a song, helps @hwmuw feed hungry families in Kent County. #PeopleHelpingPeople

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This year @hwmuw is granting more than $4.7M from their Community Invesment Fund to local programs.

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Search @hwmuw database of volunteer opps online to find an one that fits your passion, skills & schedule!

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Whoever you are, whatever your needs, @hwmuw 211 makes it easy to find help for yourself, a neighbor, or a loved one.

Since 1917, @hwmuw has raised and invested $500 million into Kent County!