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Our Mission: Heart of Florida United Way fights for the education, health and financial stability of every person in Central Florida.
Founded in 1939, Heart of Florida United Way is Central Florida’s largest supporter of local health and human service agencies. In 2016-2017, it managed more than $46 million dollars in total resources, including over $17.7 million raised during the annual campaign that helps fund nearly 60 local health and human service programs.
It also operates the United Way 2-1-1 Information and Assistance helpline, the EITC tax credit initiative, Mission United, Destination Graduation, the Volunteer Resource Center and the Ryan White Part B/General Revenue Program.
United Way is focused on prevention and finding long-term solutions for pressing problems. Known as Investing in Results, this philosophy is guiding our work to move the needle in four critical impact areas:
From FL417S to FL-408 W to FL 423 N/N John Young Parkway. Exit 8A. Rt. on Princeton. Left on N Texas Ave. Right onto Cannery Way to 1940.