The Livingston County United Way is a convener and collaborating partner with many nonprofit, for-profit, governmental and faith-based organizations – all working to address the most critical needs of Livingston County residents.
Our Board of Directors, staff and support consist of talented and passionate people who are proud to make a difference by doing work that they love every day.
We work within our strategic plan and look for improvement of our operations. Our Community Investments are subject to rigorous review, outcomes-based measurements, and financial accountability.
The Livingston County United Way was officially incorporated as a United Way on February 4, 1977. Prior to that time, beginning in the early 1950s, each of the county’s six communities had its own Community Chest all doing their own individual fundraising, administration and allocation processes. As the county’s population grew, it was determined that a county-wide structure would better serve local residents’ needs.
Livingston County United Way Diversity Policy Statement
Adopted by the Board: November 16, 2016
Our organizational culture fosters an environment of respect, openness, learning, integrity and honesty. We value people of all backgrounds. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion shall always be evident in our strategic plans, our organizational goals, and our organizational policies and procedures.
We create and implement programs using information and input from the community which we serve. The diversity within our population shall be represented in the information which we seek, tabulate and analyze.
We must be responsive to the needs of all members of our community.