United for Families Network

United for Families Network

 

Lake Area United Way established the United for Families Network to begin laying the groundwork for successful cross-sector collaborations and coordinated action.

What is United for Families Network?

The United for Families Network (UFFN) is an initiative of Lake Area United Way, focused on bringing together non-profits, faith based organizations and service providers that share a common mission of supporting struggling working families in Lake County.  UFFN members are committed to a common goal - improve the quality, availability and accessibility of supports for Struggling Working Families in Lake County

Membership Benefits

Membership is free to  non-profit organizations, faith based organizations, and government entities that serve the needs of Struggling Working Families. Interested in learning more? Reach out to Andrea Proulx Buinicki for more information at apb@lauw.org or 219-923-2302 ext. 315.

Network Connection Gatherings

Unique monthly gatherings ideal for case managers, program front-line staff and executive leaders to connect. Gatherings include networking opportunities with fellow providers, professional development opportunities, group discussions on challenges/barriers to serving Struggling Working Families, and collaboration opportunities.

Click Here to register for this month's meeting.

Network Connection E-Update

Receive our monthly e-newsletter and receive timely updates on Network activities, learn of new programs/resources specifically for ALICE households, stay connected to network gatherings and special events.

CharityTracker

United for Families Network members gain free access to CharityTracker, a sophisticated web application for shared case management, used to gather and report statistical data for resource development, strategic planning, measuring outcomes, reducing duplication and disaster relief.

Program Sponsor

United for Families Network is made possible with the generous support of ArcelorMittal.

To download information about United for Families Network, click here.