Women United


Making Positive Change For Our Community

Our mission is simple yet bold: to inspire, educate, and motivate women to become positive change-agents within our community as we continue to Respond, Recover, Reimagine and Rebuild Denton County through philanthropy, leadership, and volunteerism.

There are unmet needs in Denton County and we need your help to improve and transform our community. By joining Women UNITED, you become part of a caring group, committed to giving their time, talents, and treasure to United Way of Denton County.

Members contribute annually to provide individuals and families in Denton County the tools they need to become financially stable, help ensure children are ready to succeed in school and offer opportunities for healthier lifestyles.
United Way of Denton County and Women UNITED…creating change, together.

Today's Women Leaders Fuel the Future

Women UNITED focuses on women and children to uplift the next generation and beyond.

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Be Part of Something Big

This community of like-minded women contributes their personal passions, best ideas, and unique strengths to our mission. Volunteer in our community with your family and alongside other members looking to create real change. Collaborate with key businesses and community leaders at exclusive events. 

Laura at Kickoff  Kristin Reading  Group of students at library

Upcoming Project

Help us collect new or gently used backpacks, tissue boxes, and headphones for Denton & Lewisville ISD's Back-to-School drives! This is a community-wide effort to help as many Denton County children as possible get ready for the upcoming school year! Drop off your items at United Way of Denton County's office or the Lewisville Public Library (ask for Carolyn Booker)! The deadline for donations is 6/27.

Back-to-School Drives

Are You Ready to Make A Difference

If you are motivated to make a difference within our community, what better way to engage with others who share the same goal of helping those in need?
By joining Women UNITED you gain:
  • Opportunities to network and collaborate with key business and community leaders at exclusive events
  • Volunteer opportunities at community organizations across Denton County
  • Invitations to educational sessions to find out more about key issues impacting our community

Our Women United network makes a lasting impact through collaboration, volunteerism, innovation, and leadership philanthropy.




Join Us

Women UNITED membership begins with an annual gift or pledge of $250 or greater with varying levels of participation and recognition.

  • Women of Next Generation: $250-$499
  • Women of Action: $500-$999
  • Women of Impact: $1,000-$5,000
  • Women of Influence: $5,000-$9,999
  • Women of Tocqueville Society: $10,000 or more


Fill out the form below and make your donation to join Women UNITED today!

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Children & Family Needs in Denton County

ALICE Families - Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed

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Women UNITED Members Listening to Homelessness Data Dashboard

Women Community Leaders Come Together for 2023 Homelessness Data Dashboard Findings

Women UNITED Members were able to listen to UWDC's Homelessness Data Management Specialist, Leia Atkinson, as she discussed the collaborative work in Denton County to address homelessness and the data found in 2023's PIT (Person in Time) Count, where a census of the unhoused population is taken every year. This was a great lunch for members to hear the needs of the community and what the non-profit sector in our community is doing to address these needs.



Friends of the Family receive bags

Local Women Unite to Collect Purses with a Purpose for Single Moms

Local women harnessed their collective power with local businesses to collect Purses with a Purpose for single moms experiencing housing insecurity in Denton County. This is the third annual Purses With a Purpose project of Women UNITED. Over 60 bags were collected and stuffed...




Women UNITED Members Packing Our Daily Bread

Women UNITED Members Assist Local Homeless Shelter Transition into New Facility!

Members of Women UNITED helped pack Our Daily Bread's Clothing and Hygiene closets while they moved facilities across town. Afterwards, these women were able to get a sneak peak of the new building prior to their grand opening. 




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For more information, contact Grace Currie, Development Manager.


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