United Way of Dunn County creates unique solutions to issues in our community. With citizen support and input we join with our community partners to address the human care issues that matter most. Thoughtful planning and results-driven approaches make every contribution count. Live better, Live United.


2024 Community Health Needs Assessment Nearing Completion!

2024 Community Health Needs Assessment Nearing Completion!

In 2019, a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) was conducted in Dunn County. This CHNA led to Health Dunn Right and 5 Action Teams being created. UWDC VP, Luisa Gerasimo, who is employed by the University of Wisconsin Madison, Division of Extension and works in...

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Happy New Year! Happy 2024!

Happy New Year! Happy 2024!

Did you know that the United Way of Dunn County has been 100% volunteer board-run for the past 8 months? We thank the board, volunteers, and generous donors who have helped us work through a complicated time. In 2024, we hope our community will help us celebrate new...

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Congratulations, Britt!

Congratulations, Britt!

Britt Nordquist, current Secretary of the United Way of Dunn County’s board, was recognized with a $2,500 donation from 3M. 3M recognizes that her service with a local nonprofit board is a great way to give back to the community. 3M is proud to recognize Ms....

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Reinvigorated and refreshed

Reinvigorated and refreshed

On December 11, 2023, the United Way of Dunn County hosted their annual meeting at the Government Center. The board is very excited about the future of the organization and reinvigorating their support within Dunn County’s communities in 2024.

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The United Way of Dunn County is governed by a group of community citizens with the best interests of the organization at heart.   If you are interested in volunteering through Board Membership, please contact us at executivedirector@uwaydunn.org or 715-231-3066.  

Board Officers

Tim Bartels - President

Luisa Gerasimo - VP,  President Elect

Kim Lehmann - Treasurer

Britt Nordquist - Secretary

Board of Directors

Karl Andersen, Andersen Windows

Tim Bartels, Xcel Energy

Luisa Gerasimo, UW Madison - Extension Dunn County

Tom Hallgren, Pepin Co. Human Services

Shanda Henning, School District of Menomonie Area

Kim Lehmann, Westconsin Credit Union

Britt Nordquist, 3M Menomonie

Shellee Pechmiller, Bill's Distributing

Dick Rueckl, retired - health care administration 

Lisa Traxler, Inside Out Transformations, Mary Kay 

Are you interested in helping with a 2024 DAY OF CARING ?

group of adult volunteers The board of directors and a group of Dunn County employees are discussing co-hosting a 2024 Day of Caring. This day has traditionally brought out employee-sponsored groups and individual volunteers to tackle projects all over Pepin and Dunn counties. If you are interested in helping plan the event, want to get your company or group involved or just want to add your name to the list of helpers for the day, please contact the board of directors using this email: executivedirector@uwaydunn.org. Give us your name, your phone number and any other details, and we will add you to our list! 


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