United Way of Central Missouri Foundation

In December 2016 the United Way of Central Missouri Foundation provided the funding to purchase a mobile pantry to make it possible for The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri to feed more hungry people, supplementing the dedicated efforts of local food pantries. Over one million additional pounds of food will be distributed annually in our community. Thank you for your past support of the United Way of Central Missouri Foundation. With your help we are feeding more hungry neighbors, families and friends. (Read the full story here.)

Our Foundation

The United Way of Central Missouri Foundation operates to further the mission of the United Way of Central Missouri.  The Foundation was created to provide a safety net in the event of a catastrophic or unforeseen event in our community for future generations. 

The United Way of Central Missouri Foundation was established in September 2003 to build a permanent, sustainable avenue of support for the future through gifts, bequests and planned giving. There are several options to choose from when drafting a bequest. Consult your attorney, financial advisor or another trained professional to help you choose the option that is best for you and ensure that your wishes are communicated effectively.

Giving Options

While cash is the easiest way to support your United Way Foundation, there are many other gift giving possibilities:

Memorials
Annuities
IRAs
Life Insurance Policies
Real Estate
Personal Property
Stock
Trusts
401Ks

*Memorials and Special Occasions--Donate in memory of loved ones or for special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, or retirement. Envelopes are available at the United Way office and local Funeral Homes.

Please see the documents below to learn more about your gift to the United Way of Central Missouri Foundation:

A Guide to Planning Your Will and Trust
Glossary of Key Planned Giving Terms
Planned Giving For Beginners
Types of Planned Gifts

"The value of a man resides in what he gives and not in what he is capable of receiving."

Albert Einstein