United Charitable warmly welcomes its newest members to the Board of Directors. Meet Julian Martinez and Ryan Ramirez!
As you work on your New Year’s resolutions, United Charitable encourages you to add charitable giving to your 2021 resolutions list.
United Charitable is committed to supporting you throughout your charitable journey. Here are some great tips to consider before the year’s end!
The Workwell Foundation is no stranger to challenges. Their many years of vital research, objective cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET), and publishing of educational resources on myalgic encephalomyelitis or chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is a testament to their passion and determination.
Don’t Duck History serves to promote and facilitate the learning and sharing of American history, along with its personal and social implications, and to highlight the history of Americans whose stories are not often presented in traditional American history textbooks.
Lady Jane’s and Wicked Awesome Wishes partnered in the quest to provide financial assistance to stylists and their families as they were negatively affected by COVID-19.
United Charitable’s campaign of Perseverance focuses on our amazing fiscally sponsored programs that are shifting and adapting to keep their missions active. This week, we are highlighting Global Legacy Programs.
Supply Love’s mission is to bring volunteers and local businesses together to help bridge the gap in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and disinfectant products resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Donor Advised Funds are charitable dollars waiting to be distributed. They are put through rigorous security measures and have the power to help globally.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff at United Charitable, it is with both a touch of sadness and immense gratitude we announce that Jan Ridgely is set to retire as CEO of United Charitable.
When President Donald J. Trump signed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, it made sweeping and immediate changes to charitable
As a financial advisor, you’ve probably noticed that your client conversations about philanthropy feel decidedly different than most other topics.