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Where there is need, Women lead the way

Women United is a dynamic group of more than 1,400 local women committed to helping our neighbors in need and stabilizing families facing poverty.

United Way works for a more equitable future while empowering families and individuals to become self-sufficient by focusing on life’s basics: education, housing, health, and employment.

Women United members work with community partners to build resources needed to create long-term social change that produces healthy, educated, and financially stable individuals and families.

Women United members give at least $1,000 annually and take action through volunteering, advocacy, networking and educational events. Women who give $10,000 or more annually are recognized as members of the Women United–Tocqueville Society and receive additional benefits.

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  • Women United members are invited to exclusive networking, volunteer and family fun events:
  • Invitations to thought-provoking speaker series on timely issues facing our communities
  • Unique networking events, connecting with local business and community leaders
  • Hands-on volunteer opportunities that encourage individual, family and workplace involvement
  • Ability to make significant, long-lasting, positive change in central Maryland, helping local families become self-sufficient and advancing education, housing and income, and health
  • As a Women United member, you’ll help families across Greater Baltimore obtain access to healthy, affordable food and healthcare, and a quality education.


Women United Highlights


Two women walking

Pathways to Philanthropic Leadership

Learn more about our philanthropic leadership development program for Women United members.
First Lady Dawn Moore at a Women United Event

Women United: More — and Moore — in 2024!

A meeting with First Lady Moore, Women United’s priorities for 2024, and what one woman has gained from her experience as a member.