UWFK is committed to supporting Keys residents already affected by COVID-19 related decreases in tourism and restrictions on businesses.
Attention coral reef lovers! UWCK has released our Reef Revitalization Request for Proposals working with the FKNMS’s Mission: Iconic Reefs project, and the application period is now open!
In light of COVID-19, we are tracking service changes by health and human services providers in Monroe County, as well as state and federal resources.
Go to our Community Resource Guide to find details.
On April 1, 2020, United Way of the Florida Keys merged with United Way of Collier County, bringing us together as United Way of Collier and the Keys. This unification will allow the organization to increase operational efficiency, ultimately resulting in more resources available to improve the lives of struggling residents.
Money raised in the Keys community will serve the community as it always has, with existing local programs and funding to partner agencies continuing. More details...
United Way has been making a difference in the Keys community for more than 30 years, supporting strong working families through direct programs and in partnership with dedicated local nonprofits that provide critical services to Keys residents.