Since launching the United In Recovery campaign, we have been blown away by the outpouring support and generous contributions! Thank you for choosing to help our struggling neighbors who need us now more than ever.

The support enables us to:

1) help ALICE families recover and rebuild
2) assist nonprofits by providing funds, volunteers and training; and
3) provide businesses and local government with critical research and analysis about the condition of working families in Frederick County.

To learn more, please visit
Recently, Dynamic Automotive, Second Chances Garage and United Way launched the Pathway to Transportation program to help working families purchase an affordable, reliable and safe used car.

Dynamic Automotive launched a boat on Carroll Creek that supports the United in Recovery campaign.

$1 = one vote!
United Way of Frederick County prides itself on its effective use of contributed dollars.

We turn every $1 contribution into $3.21 in community impact!

This is accomplished by focusing on volunteerism and efficient management.
Pathways to Financial Stability News Coverage
Check out this Local DVM news story, featuring one of our prosperity center graduates, Tiffany Green. Tiffany is a Pathway homebuyer, education and business graduate. Her story is a perfect example of how the Pathway to Financial Stability programs make a difference.

Special thank you to WDVM news for supporting the UNITED IN RECOVERY Campaign.
Local artist Ellen Byrne has created a work entitled We Are Frederick in tribute to those who make sacrifices to serve others during the COVID-19 pandemic and every day.

We express our warmest thanks to Ellen for creating a piece that so beautifully represents the diversity and giving spirit found in Frederick County!
Thank you to those who tuned in to the #GivingTuesday ALICE Panel discussion.
If you were unable to tune in on December 1st, you can now view the recording!

United Way of Frederick County fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community.

United Way of Frederick County opposes all forms of discrimination and actively strives to be a model of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, and programs proudly reflect the Frederick County community, its many faces, cultures, and walks of life. We embrace each person’s social or economic status, gender, gender identification, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, and physical or mental abilities. We respect and value diverse life experiences and heritages and ensure that all voices are valued and heard.