Success Stories

success story

When Ashton began displaying early signs of autism, his mother Lisa brought him to a United Way-funded program at Little Red School House, an agency that advances the quality of life for children with or at risk of developmental delays and disabilities. Through the program, Ashton learned critical behavioral and learning skills.

Read more about Ashton.»


Dennis G. Smith
President & CEO

We are United in the Belief that Results Matter

For CompaniesUnited Way is proud to partner with donors, local businesses, government and nonprofit organizations. These highly-committed partners volunteer on United Way councils, sponsor events or Campaign Executives and run workplace campaigns. You’ll find information about each in this section.

You’ll also find the help that United Way offers to companies, such as 2-1-1 and Born Learning, benefit everyone.

That’s the essence of community. Together we can get results that no one can accomplish alone.

Mission: Leading positive change that transforms our community and improves people’s lives in Snohomish County

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