Everyone is entitled to fundamental human rights, freedoms, and dignity.
We are committed to creating a good life for everyone, regardless of race, religion, creed, sexual orientation and identification, ability, and age.
Watch a panel discussion highlighting Black history and our community. We are excited to present Norman Hardman, Dr. Asante’ Hilts, Oz Roberts, and Councilwoman Toyia Tucker as our honored guests and featured panelists.
Racism is dehumanizing to everyone it touches
We believe that we must all do our part, working United, to make our communities the places we need them to be:
Diverse, Equitable, Inclusive, Respectful,
and Rich with opportunity.
Diversity & Inclusion
United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley strives to be a model of diversity and inclusion. We believe it takes a diverse group of partners to find solutions to complex issues. Our Board, staff, and volunteers reflect the many faces, cultures, and walks of life that make up our community.
For over 400 years, African Americans and other minorities have faced systemic barriers to success. Because of these historical inequities—which still persist today—we are committed to helping people of color have equal access to a good education, quality healthcare, and financial stability.
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