Collaborative efforts bring greater impact.
Rooted in a belief that we are better together, Foothills United Way brings together community members and organizations across Boulder and Broomfield counties to build equitable, collaborative strategies that leverage community assets: united, we can achieve our vision of future in which all people can achieve their full potential.
Early Childhood Success
We are supporting collaborative solutions, so families have the best access of care from the moment they know they're pregnant.
Without a place to live, no individual or family can escape the reliance on subsidized services. We're working to make housing affordable to everyone.
Our goal is to address community challenges with innovative solutions that prevent problems from spiraling out of control and becoming more costly.
Beneath the vibrant surface of Boulder and Broomfield counties are real issues of need.
More than 2,300 children in our school districts have no place to call home.
42% of births in our community are to mothers receiving medicaid.
Boulder County has the largest achievement gap in the state behind Denver.
1 in 4 Children live at or below the national poverty line in our county.
Our Solution is Collaborative Impact.
LIVE UNITED Collaboratives are leading the way.
Our Live United Collaboratives are composed of individuals and organizations who have come together to ensure the most streamlined solutions for our communities most pressing needs. With over 500 service agencies in Boulder and Broomfield counties, our impact is greater when we pool our resources and craft solutions together.
is a collaborative of Boulder County nonprofits, a local school district, government agencies, businesses, and other community organizations works to ensure all Boulder County youth and their families are provided the academic, social, and emotional resources needed to close the achievement and opportunity gap.
Partners Bridging the Digital Divide
goal is to get all individuals and families in the BVSD footprint online by the end of 2023, focusing on skilling building and access to both digital devices and the internet across three target populations: families on limited income with school-aged, adults for whom English is not their first language, and elderly adults.
Promoting Social Emotional Development in the Early Years
Bringing CoAIMH (Colorado Association of Infant Mental Health) training to Boulder County will increase the understanding of early childhood mental heath among early care and education professionals, healthcare professionals, human services employees who work with families with young children and other caregivers.
Communities are built through joint efforts focused on empowering every individual.
In Your Community
Every community is unique. Our local focus ensures that programming within Boulder and Broomfield counties achieves the most innovative and streamlined solutions for our community.
A community in which all people can achieve their full potential.