Olympia, WA– The United Way Associations in Washington and Oregon are combining forces to have read more
United Ways of Pacific Northwest Strategic Framework
To advance the common good throughout the Pacific Northwest by enhancing the individual and collective ability of member United Ways to impact their communities and collaborate on regional and statewide issues.
United Ways in the Pacific Northwest will increase their ability both to impact their local communities and collaborate effectively on regional and statewide issues. Working together we will create opportunities for a better life for all.
Our Key Characteristics
•Community Voices – Individually and collectively, United Ways are a strong unified voiceadvocating for their communities.
•Shared Learning – The state association facilitates United Ways’ learning, planning andsuccess.
•Respect – The state association respects member United Ways’ priorities including servingour own communities first and maintaining strong relationships with our key constituents.Working collaboratively, United Ways of Washington leverages local relationships for regionalor statewide action.
•Collaboration – It takes whole communities working together to achieve long-term lastingchange and advance the common good.
•Networking and Relationships – Our greatest asset is our ability to build effective networksand relationships, mobilizing people and organizations.
•Integrity – We are known for our integrity and commitment to improving our communities. Withevery action we earn the trust of our members and partners.
•Accountability – We hold ourselves accountable for achieving results with the resourcesentrusted to us.
•Inspiring – We work to demonstrate how the very best in people and communities adds up toa force for positive change.
•Common Agenda – We acknowledge that people and communities differ in character, beliefsand values. As local United Ways and as an Association we continuously strive to be a placewhere people and institutions forge a shared understanding and vision for the common good.