Welcome to United Way of Walworth County



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On Tuesday, November 28 – we ask for your support. This time of year serves as a reminder to us all to give back where and when we can – collectively – we make a HUGE difference in the lives of our fellow citizens. Thanks to you – we assist more than 40,000 residents of Walworth County.

This year, we strive help others fight the good fight! Not every superhero wears a cape! Join us and Live Heroic – Live United!


In September, Dave helped launch the annual United Way of Walworth County campaign kick-off! Thanks to those agencies, sponsors and benefactors that support our efforts. Stay tuned for more detailed information as we prepare to launch our new Website!

Wisconsin Oven, CEO & President of TPS, LLC and Honorary Campaign Chair

Placing an emphasis on ‘united’ in LIVE UNITED, we work together with our loyal donors and workplace partners – in addition to reaching out to communities and identifying new programs to impact our fellow citizens within Walworth County.

Together we are the problem solvers fighting the good fight to help our fellow residents!


Thank you for your ongoing support!   

#FF0000 Raised 100,000 $ towards the 300,000 $ target.

We are excited to share in all that is happening in Walworth County. Thanks to you – we were looking forward to raising $300,000+ in gifts and pledges that support more than 40 county programs!

We continue to focus our efforts on much needed EDUCATION – HEALTH – FINANCIAL STABILITY initiatives for the betterment of our County. This year is no exception! 

THANK YOU for helping us make a difference in Walworth County by affecting the lives of more than 40,000 residents. Thanks to you – our community is in good hands! Join us and donate today. Click on the ‘Support Us’ tab below to support our cause.



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