Connie Sloan Cathcart Retiring

Connie Sloan Cathcart Retiring

After dedicating herself to United Way of Laramie County for the past 22 years, Connie Sloan Cathcart, with the Board of Director’s guidance and support, will be retiring as the Executive Director on March 15th. Connie is ready for the next chapter in her adventure...
Community Resources

Community Resources

The Greater Cheyenne COVID-19 Fund is now closed. The fund was initially intended to serve the immediate need brought forth by the pandemic sweeping the nation, and while we acknowledge a need still exists, other resources (several listed below) are present in the...
United We Change the Conversation About Mental Health

United We Change the Conversation About Mental Health

In times of crisis, like the one we face now, it’s especially important to support mental health. Studies show that one in five adults experience mental illness, yet less than half receive the support they need. Many individuals do not seek mental health treatment...
Community Schools Health Fair

Community Schools Health Fair

United Way of Laramie County’s Community Schools Initiative put on a health and safety fair on Feb. 19 at Hebard Elementary and Feb. 20 at Cole Elementary. The event boasted over 20 local well-being agencies with a focus on improving families overall health and...
Fight Homelessness

Fight Homelessness

United Way of Laramie County set a goal of becoming one of the top 5 healthiest counties in Wyoming by 2025. Currently sitting at 16 of 25 counties (yikes), we identified a few community level indicators to help us reach that goal; increase graduation rates, decrease...
Text to Give

Text to Give

Donations are essential to making the United Way impact possible in our community. In 2018, our generous donors allowed 514 children to participate in a leadership program through after school programming, 205 youth received mental health assessments, 10 families...