United Way of Greater Lafayette works to create positive changes in our community to make Tippecanoe County an even better place to call home. We want our local children to enter school ready to learn so they can graduate from high school, pursue a degree in college or obtain skilled job training, maintain stable, healthy lives at home, and become engaged, productive members of our community who help us continue creating success for others.
We cannot do this work alone, and our mission, Mobilizing our community to improve lives, reflects this. In other words, at United Way of Greater Lafayette, we bring people, organizations and resources together to deliver results that meet the needs of people in Tippecanoe County to create the conditions necessary for success.
Mobilizing our community to improve lives.
United Way will add value to the Greater Lafayette community by enabling people to help one another. It will provide leadership in defining community needs and in coordinating resources to address community issues.
- We are Mission Driven. We believe that change is possible when we all work together. This is at the core of each person on our team.
- We believe real change takes All of Us. There is nothing we can accomplish alone. Our individual success depends on our collective success in Tippecanoe County.
- We are Persistent. We at United Way of Greater Lafayette, and all of our partners, recognize that changing social conditions takes time. We’re in this for the long haul.
Statement of Nondisclosure
The United Way of Greater Lafayette seeks to represent the broadest possible constituency, including people from a range of backgrounds and points of view. In its employment, volunteer recruitment and direct service programming, the United Way of Greater Lafayette does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, genetic information, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or status as a veteran.
This United Way also provides funding to sovereign participating organizations to help accomplish its mission. In this context, we implement our philosophy of non-discrimination by investing in and maintaining a network of participating organizations that embrace a wide range of special constituencies and address local community needs; needs that each individual agency may not address in their respective mission statements. This United Way does expect all participating organizations to be in compliance with applicable nondiscrimination laws.
Approved: April 24, 2013