United Way Ghana was established in 2003 by a group of dedicated corporate and community leaders in Ghana and seeks to strengthen the non-governmental organization service delivery in the areas of health, education, and income generation, while building sustainable relationships in stakeholder communities to ensure continuing collaboration in community development. UWG fills a unique niche in Ghana. It has the ability to bring diverse stakeholders together voluntarily to focus on and address community issues. United Way Ghana focuses on grassroots and indigenous community organizations and their leadership, and on building infrastructure for community problem solving that is owned and sustained by the community. Through training programs and seminars for business leaders and non-governmental organization leaders, we communicate standards of excellence for operation, collaboration, transparency and accountability.