United Way of Southern Nevada's Community Reports series provides an opportunity to increase our community's awareness of local issues by presenting data in accessible and locally-relevant ways. Each report explores county-wide and city-level performance on a specific issue across the cradle-to-career pathway, offering descriptions of the data used, summaries of local trends, and recommendations for action. UWSN will use these reports to inform our decision making and empower communities across Southern Nevada to actively participate in the issues and efforts to improve them.
Annual Reports and Heroes
2019 Heroes | 2019 Annual Report
Celebrating our community wide work and the companies, donors, volunteers and advocates who made it possible.
2018 HEROES | 2018 Annual Report
Celebrates the companies, donors, volunteers and advocates who united to improve lives and their investment in the community.
2016 - 2017 HEROES | 2016-17 HEROES
Includes the accomplishments and companies, donors, volunteers and advocates who helped to create community change.
HEROES | 2014-15 HEROES | Annual Report
Includes the accomplishments and total amount raised by United Way of Southern Nevada with investment information.
UWSN Strategic Plan
2016 - 2021 | Strategic Plan
Includes United Way of Southern Nevada's five-year strategic plan with mission, vision, values, goals and strategies.
2016-2017 Community Reports
High School Graduation Rates in Clark County
UWSN's first Community Report takes a closer look at high school achievement in Clark County. It explores current graduation rates and achievement gaps and highlights local programs working to make an impact on graduation rates.
Post-Secondary Attainment in Southern Nevada
The second Community Report by UWSN explores post-secondary attainment, the proportion of adults with college degrees, high quality certifications or industry-recognized credentials. The report covers local adult educational attainment rates and how communities can take action to ensure college enrollment and on-time graduation.
Early Education in Southern Nevada
The third Community Report by UWSN explores how expanding access to affordable child care and early education can help parents earn more and miss less work. According to the report, Nevada is ranked 51st for enrollment in early education. A quality early education provides children from birth to eight years old a strong foundation to enter elementary school prepared to learn and read.
2012 Community Assessment
Community Assessment 2012 link (24MB, please allow time to load)