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Nonprofit & Government

United Way of Southwest Alabama / Our Partners / Nonprofit & Government

United Way of Southwest Alabama works with companies, governments, nonprofits, and other organizations to address complex challenges in our region. These partners contribute more than money. Their ideas, volunteer power, in-kind support, and more are helping build stronger communities across Southwest Alabama.

Opportunity Nation

The Opportunity Nation campaign includes more than 300 nonprofits, businesses, educational institutions, faith-based organizations, community organizations, and individuals – all working together to expand economic opportunity.

The Opportunity Index is the nation’s first online snapshot of what opportunity looks like where you live. The Index measures key economic, educational, and civic factors that can expand or restrict opportunity. A key factor is high school graduation, which plays a leading role in advancing opportunity and upward mobility.

County Health Rankings and Roadmaps

A collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, the Rankings provide a user-friendly framework and county-level data to help communities pinpoint the factors that make their residents healthy or sick.

The Roadmaps provide tools and guidance to help partners in communities create solutions that improve the underlying conditions for a healthy life.

SHARE Southwest Alabama

SHARE Southwest Alabama is a web-based platform for data about your community. Provided with the support from the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, the Louisiana Public Health Institute, and The Community Foundation of South Alabama, the platform is a flexible tool that can be used for community planning, data sharing, grant writing, and evaluation.

The data allows organizations from many fields to collaborate and more effectively leverage resources and covers Mobile, Baldwin, Escambia, Conecuh, Monroe, Clarke, Choctaw, and Washington counties.