UNITED WAY’S WHEELS & REELS DRIVE-IN FUNDRAISER – POSTPONED Date: Saturday, February 20, 2021  Future Date TBD Gates open: at 4:30 PM,  movie starts at 6 PM CST – 8 PM CST Location: Heritage Park, Clarksville, TN Tickets: $25 per Car Tickets can be purchased at

Holiday Season

Let’s be gentle with ourselves during this time. Let’s be real-we’re exhausted, we’re all experiencing Zoom fatigue, some form of anxiety, and more. It’s incredibly important that we take the time to take care of ourselves. Self-care is no longer a passing thought, it’s more crucial than ever. We often make excuses to not practice … Continue reading “Holiday Season”


Wheels & Reels Drive-To Movie With the health and safety of all involved in mind, and under careful and deliberate consideration from our Wheels & Reels planning committee, we regret to inform you that we will be postponing the drive-to movie event due to the rising COVID-19 case counts in Montgomery County. If you purchased … Continue reading “*Postponed”

There will never be Equity without Equal Access to Justice

United Way Worldwide, Alexandria VA There will never be Equity without Equal Access to Justice BRIAN GALLAGHER,  MAY 29 2020 I’m outraged by what happened to George Floyd in Minneapolis. Every day there are killings, incidents and mistreatment of black people in the United States. Yet society’s silence and inaction only continue. While more and more … Continue reading “There will never be Equity without Equal Access to Justice”


COMMUNITY CARE FUND COVID-19 has created challenges and economic hardships in our community. With such a great impact, TVA has partnered with United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region and CDE Lightband to create the COVID-19 Community Care Fund which will assist the critical work done by nonprofit organizations to provide relief to families affected by the … Continue reading “COMMUNITY CARE FUND”

Prepped for Success has been cancelled for 2020

Prepped for Success, a large-scale, community-driven initiative, provides essential school supplies for students who are considered economically disadvantaged.  In its inaugural year, our community rallied together to pack 10,000 bags of school supplies for students in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System.  With continued population growth in Clarksville-Montgomery County, the need for student support escalates.  It … Continue reading “Prepped for Success has been cancelled for 2020”

The Art of Giving

Hosted by DBO Gallery, The Art of Giving is an upscale live auction event that features both local and national hand-selected artists. In addition to the live art auction, the event will feature live music, live painting, an open bar and catered hors d’oeuvres by local restaurants, wineries and breweries, to include: Blackhorse Brewery, Beachaven Winery, … Continue reading “The Art of Giving”

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays from our United Way family to yours! We are immensely grateful for every donor, advocate, and volunteer.  In the midst of the holiday rush, take a moment to reflect upon how you’ve made a difference this year. Small movements create lasting change, and when we all come together, our community is stronger. Enjoy … Continue reading “Happy Holidays”

Grab your friends!

HOLIDAY HOP | November 21, 2019 | 5-8 pm GET TICKETS NOW!   United Way invites you to celebrate the holidays in style with an exclusive shopping experience at participating local merchants. For a ticket price of $35, you will enjoy: Private Shopping Hours Exclusive Discounts Cheery Sips & Treats Holiday Samplers Pop-up shops Silent Art Auction Stop and … Continue reading “Grab your friends!”

Read United Interest Meeting

For the love of education, we support student achievement through Read United, a virtual, community-based literacy program. For 30 minutes, once a week you can enhance a student’s reading and communication skills. Want to know more? Join us for an interest meeting at Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library October 1st at 5:00 p.m.  For more information … Continue reading “Read United Interest Meeting”