The United Way Bay Area Center hosts several network meetings which bring together a wide variety of audiences to address community needs and identify resources to address those needs. These networks include:
Bay Area Pilot Partner Network
The path to financial stability is a journey, and our network of nonprofit partners are here to help you along the way. This program helps individuals and families whose household income is $62,000 and below annually and are committed to helping each family along their journey working towards their financial stability goals. Our staff and coaches are available to help you reach your goals through a comprehensive integrated approach with referrals to specific services and resources, such as career coaching, job search, resume and interviewing coaching, debt management, budgeting, assistance with health, medical or counseling services and basic needs, such as, rent, utilities, child care, clothing and food.
Learn more about the program: Bay Area Pilot Partner Network Flyer
Bay Area Collaborative Partners
Bay Area Collaborative Partners brings all Bay Area nonprofits, organizations, state/city/county/local entities and faith-based organizations together to network, share resource information, program services, and problem solve any client needs. Each meeting has a program topic which is highlighted, which brings education, knowledge of services and eligibility for direct client referrals into resources. These meetings occur on the second Friday of each month. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom meeting details.
Friday, November 13, 2020 at 9:00am
Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 11:00am
Bay Area Veteran Service Providers Network
Bay Area Veteran Service Providers Network brings together all social services, faith-based and organizations that provide services specifically to Veterans and their families within the Bay Area to come together for an opportunity to network, collaborate and learn about all the services available. Partners are encouraged in opening the lines of communication with one another and build strong collaborations that will help assist our Veterans within the community. Please call (281) 282-6000 for meeting schedule.