Advancing the common good in Routt County

Our community is powered by YOU

Your contribution to Routt County United Way goes towards uniting people, ideas, and resources to advance the common good in education, financial stability, and health.


Day of Caring

Join us on May 24, 2023, for our 26th Day of Caring. We will need over 300 volunteers to complete ½ day indoor and outdoor projects at nearly 40 nonprofits and governmental sites. Volunteer teams will spread out across Routt County to garden, paint, pick up trash and provide other helpful tasks.

Lunch will be provided at Olympian Hall.

Sign up to volunteer, submit a project, and nominate a volunteer of the year!

Thank you to our sponsors!

Lunch and Learn

you wonder what Mental Health means? Are you concerned about your own or someone else’s emotional well-being? Women United advocates for emotional and mental wellness. On March 31st, we will host a Lunch and Learn to help our community better understand Mental Health and provide resources to navigate life’s stressors.

This presentation will explain the difference between mental illness, mental health and wellness.  Participants will learn to recognize that mental illness does not always lead to poor mental health and that poor mental health is not always due to mental illness. Learning the breadth of the spectrum of mental illness and how that differs from mental wellness and who might need treatment and who might only need supports and self-help strategies.

Join us Friday, March 31, 11:30 am-1 pm at Bud Werner Memorial Library

Bud Werner Memorial Library, 1289 Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Financial Literacy Checkup

Do you want to improve your financial literacy? Our goals for this year center around creating financial stability for all Routt County residents. We are delighted to announce we are launching our complete Financial Literacy Check Up Course! The classes provide guidance for every step of your financial journey including; Investing 101, Credit 101, Homebuying 101, and our third Budgeting 101 class.

2022 Annual Report

2022 was an exceptional year for advancing the common good in Routt County. Your investment ensured more children were able to enter preschool, more youth had scholarships to after school and summer programming, and we increased access to mental health services for our school age children and indigent individuals. Our crisis services were well served through this funding. Thank you for partnering with us to make such great impact in our community.

 Read about all of our successes in the annual report!

Our Impact Areas

We focus our efforts on three areas where we make the greatest impact: education, financial stability, and health.

Education Financial Stability Health Education Financial Stability Health