Each United Way is independently governed by a local volunteer board, in order to best meet our LOCAL needs and opportunities. We must, however, adhere to a stringent set of membership standards that focus on governance, ethics, financial management, and general operations.
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Your local United Way, Plymouth Community United Way (PCUW), brings together citizens, community leaders, businesses, the faith community, government, non-profit organizations, and other institutions to determine the most critical human issues that require collective, not just individual, action. These issues range from basic human needs (like food, shelter and emergency assistance) to emerging and growing issues (like the need for affordable housing, services, and support for seniors, and positive youth development). PCUW then raises money locally in an annual campaign, generates other revenue outside of the campaign, secures non-cash in-kind resources, and advocates for sound public policy, along with employing other relevant strategies in order to produce concrete results, all while putting 100% of your donations right back into our community.
Diversity and Inclusion
The Plymouth Community United Way values the diversity of the people, organizations, and communities that we serve. It shall be the policy of PCUW to provide equal membership/service/employment/support opportunities to all eligible persons without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, membership in any organization and/or without regard to political affiliation.