Leading the charge. Inspiring the change.
What is Women United?
The mission of Women United is uniting strong and passionate women leaders helping to provide resources for women, families, and children, and create a positive future in the Valley and Greater Utica Area.
Women United members lead by example. By giving $250 or more annually to United Way, these truly extraordinary women come together to change lives and make a meaningful difference in our community through philanthropy, leadership, and teamwork.
We are a diverse, vibrant community bound together by a powerful sense of belonging to each other, to United Way’s mission, and to the communities we call home. Our powerful, global network of women leaders, over 70,000 strong, live united against the most critical issues facing more than 165 communities in six countries.
We empower each other to leverage our passions, ideas, expertise, and resources to transform the conditions in which people live. By investing in local solutions, we are able to positively impact our hometown, while also being part of the bigger picture and broader cause.
100 Women Who Care
The 2nd Annual "100 Women Who Care" event took place on March 7, 2019.
More than 100 women, just like you, came out to celebrate International Womens Day at this event to benefit United Way's Ready for Kindergarten program.
Check out the Photo Gallery from this year's 100 Women Who Care event!
This event will be back in March of 2020.
We invite you to join us! Join our Women United Committee.
United we are stronger and together we can create a world full of opportunity for women, families, and children in our community.
- Network with other influential women who have a passion for our community.
- Direct your investment and make an impact for local women, families, and children through United Way's Ready For Kindergarten program.
- Participate in planning the annual "100 Women Who Care" event to raise funds for United Way's Ready For Kindergarten program.
For more information about our Women United Committee and how you can engage, please email Kristyn Bucciero or call 315-733-4691.