United Way is a 128 year old worldwide movement engaged in nearly 1800 communities across 41 countries and territories worldwide. Through our global network, we raise over $5 billion annually and impact up to 50 million people every year by focusing on education, income and health - the building blocks for a good quality of life and a strong community. 


United Way India is United Way's national body in India, responsible for leading, supporting and maximizing the collective impact of a network of seven local chapters located in Baroda, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi - NCR, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai. United Way India addresses issues in the areas of education, health, livelihood and the environment.

Since 2001, United Way in India has played a leadership role during 11 major national calamities across 12 Indian states through its Disaster Response Fund. United Way India adopts a comprehensive approach for disaster response by emphasizing on immediate relief, mid-term relief, long term rehabilitation and community rebuilding. This includes mobilizing resources, identifying credible on-ground NGO partners, conducting need assessments in consultation with key stakeholders and facilitating and monitoring relief and rehabilitation.

So far, United Way India has helped 163,755 individuals directly and 1,00,000+ more people through community services (schools, health centres, ambulances, etc.), providing emergency shelters to over 100 affected families, distributing 2000 emergency kits and reconstructing 22 damaged schools and toilets.

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