It is with great joy that we remember our United Way Board member, Scot Miller.Scot was an active part of the Board, advocating for our organization's community-driven mission. Scot impacted so many lives and was a remarkable person, who put others before himself.
Please help us keep Scot's family and friends in your thoughts.
United Way of Dunn County is YOUR United Way!
As a non-profit organization governed by volunteers from throughout Dunn County, we exist to be a catalyst for change and collaboration in the areas of health, education and financial stability.
We unite people to build a strong community through service to others, creative problem solving, and efforts to help people become self-sufficient and contributing members of the community. How do we do this? By matching community needs with community resources and by providing educational and financial opportunities for local non-profit agencies who are hard at work every day helping our United Way complete its mission.
Whether you are a donor, a volunteer, or someone who has received services through a United Way of Dunn County funded program, you are the United Way of Dunn County! That’s what it means to LIVE UNITED®
Contact the C3 Center
In 2017, there were 1,980 community members served by the United Way's C-3 Center!
The C-3 Center is fueled by community donations of new or gently used household goods, furniture, clothing and hygiene items. If you are in need of items or you are looking to donate goods, we can help! All items are re-purposed back into the community and given to program participants for FREE.
Please call 715-231-3066 for infromation about donation drop off and distribution of goods.
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