Improving Lives and Strengthening Our Communities
United Way of Greater Nashua is an independent, non-profit organization controlled by our local donors. It was established in 1930 when business leaders helped raise $42,677 to assist local families who were suffering from the community’s greatest problems of the time: the Great Depression and the aftermath of the Crown Hill fire. We’ve been here ever since, bringing together donors, businesses, non-profits, government, and faith-based communities to make our region a stronger, healthier place to learn, live and work for all of us.
We invest in the building blocks of a good quality life namely:
- Economic Mobility
In addition to the city of Nashua, United Way of Greater Nashua serves the following towns: Amherst, Brookline, Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, Lyndeborough, Merrimack, Milford, Mont Vernon, and Wilton. For more information about United Way of Greater Nashua’s work in the community, see “Our Work”. See links below for information about: