UWW Online Quick Links

United Way Worldwide (UWW) has a wealth of research and information available to assist local United Ways on its "United Way Online" (UWO) website.  In order to help you easily access the information on that website and to minimize duplication, below are links to UWO pages that have been most requested by Florida United Way staff.  If you find other pages on UWO that we should link to, please let Beth Meredith know!

NOTE:  All of these links will require a United Way Online (UWW) log-in.


  • United Way Online: Main page & Quick Links
  • 2019 United Way License Agreement (The document provides details on the permitted activities associated with United Way trademarks:  our logo and our name.  The Brand Standards & Guidelines also provide guidance on proper usage of these trademarks.  Review the FAQs which include scenarios of permitted activities   using the United Way name and logo.)

  • United Way Membership Directory (searchable by UW name, location, county, BPM, state, etc.  Each UW directory page includes staff with titles and email addresses)
  • Roles & Functions (function-focused resources, ideas, outcomes and tools; discussion, sharing and collaboration around internal roles, skills and areas of expertise)
  • Tools & Resources (searchable repository of tools, resources and other assets)
  • Resource Directory (filter by type of resource and/or staff area/group)
  • HELP DESK (an easy way for Network United Way staff to connect with UWW via a web entry form, phone or email to submit requests to the Help Desk and have their questions answered by UWW Subject Matter Experts)
    • Ask United Way web entry form (to submit questions and/or requests to UWW staff)
  • Webinars (list of all upcoming UWW webinars and links to register)
  • Small and Mighty Hub (This page was developed to help staff and board members of smaller United Ways (Pop Groups 5 & 6; segments 1-2; metros 5-11) easily connect with their peers and find the resources needed to lead their United Ways and serve their communities.)
  • Research & Measurement (survey-related resources such as Leaderboards, Campaign Results (DB II survey), National Corporate and Employee Giving information (DB I survey), Community Impact Practices, Human Capital, Income & Expense, market research, etc.)