The United Way of the Greater Los Angeles Area is a voluntary organization dedicated to helping people by uniting individuals and institutions — government, private and voluntary — in a community-wide effort to plan, support, deliver and evaluate effective human-service programs that are responsive to changing community needs. For over 80 years, the United Way has helped the working poor break the cycle of poverty through education, economic empowerment, and basic needs like food and health care. Last year, United Way’s safety net of 250 local charities helped 3.5 million people in Los Angeles County.
Address: 523 West Sixth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014