Mission

The role and mission of the United Way of Beaverhead County is to support, educate and promote voluntary nonprofit organizations which provide opportunities for community-wide delivery of human services related to current community needs.

We operate on the belief that all individuals in our community can contribute positively to the greater good. We oppose any discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

OF BEAVERHEAD COUNTY

Board of Directors

Volunteer support has driven the inception of United Way of Beaverhead County since 1989. The vibrant and enthusiastic team works collectively to support and  grow UWBC programs in conjunction with the part-time Executive Director. 

Cody Haggenson I President

Bonnie Harry I Vice President

Janet Skinner I Treasurer

Sharon Anderson 

Lynn Mason

Danielle Beck

Ashly Cottom

Sally Conway

Kristen Conklin

Charis Harrison

Barby Judge

Jen Kreiner

Sandi Sloan

Brooklyn Suden

Beth Storey I Executive Director

History

Our United Way was established in January of 1990 as an employee giving program by employees of Pfizer. The founding members very quickly realized the impact of United Way would be much broader if opened up to the entire Beaverhead County Community so it soon became a county-wide program.  

 

We strive to be a model of for all local non-profits and work hard to make sure every donor and every recipient of our funds have the utmost confidence in our process.   Please free to contact us if you have any comments about our organization or any of programs.  

 

United Way Worldwide, UWBC's parent organization, uses its global reach and local presence to build stronger, more resilient and more equitable communities where everyone can thrive. We work to improve the health, education, and economic mobility of every person in every community we serve. To learn more visit, UnitedWay.org