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United Way of Salt Lake

Research and Reports

United Way of Salt Lake carefully tracks, monitors, and reports on our progress. Below is an overview of recent reports, articles, and resources about our work.

Current Reports

All Reports



  • Annual Reports
  • 211 Annual Report
  • Results Matter Report

Annual Reports

Annual Report to the Community


Together, we have been pursuing lasting social change on the most difficult challenges we face as a community: poverty, poor health, and lagging educational achievement. These reports highlight some of that work and progress, on a year by year basis.


2018-2019 Annual Report to the Community

2017-2018 Annual Report to the Community

2016-2017 Annual Report to the Community

2015-2016 Annual Report to the Community

2014-2015 Annual Report to the Community

2013-2014 Annual Report to the Community

2012-2013 Annual Report to the Community

211 Annual Report

United Ways of Utah 211 Annual Report

For over 50 years, United Ways in Utah have utilized information and referral systems to connect people to resources that meet their basic needs in times of personal difficulty. This report highlights some of that work.


2018-2019 Utah 211 Annual Report

2017-2018 Utah 211 Annual Report

2016-2017 Utah 211 Annual Report

2015-2016 Utah 211 Annual Report

2014-2015 Utah 211 Annual Report

2013-2014 Utah 211 Annual Report

Results Matter Report

Results Matter Report

This report outlines the yearly commitment and collaborative effort of the Promise Partnership Regional Council (PPRC). The PPRC is a group of leaders from business, nonprofits, government, schools, and others who have combined their efforts to achieve results for our region’s children and families.


2018 Results Matter Report

2017 Results Matter Report

2016 Results Matter Report

2015 Results Matter Report

2014 Baseline Report of the Promise Partnership Regional Council

Other Articles and Research

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