WHO WE ARE – The United Women of America™ (UWOA) is an organization dedicated to “Improving the Lives of Women”. Three basic programs accomplish this mission:
2. The UWOA actively helps to resolve the financial problems of women. We do this through programs involving selected merchants and service organizations. Many responsible businesses cooperate with the UWOA to reduce the costs of goods and services purchased by women. Helping woman-owned businesses achieve success is another top priority of the UWOA.
3. The National Breast Cancer Foundation will receive significant contributions when you shop using UW Shopping and UWOA Network links. Other programs that help both women and children will also benefit. Working women coping with high-risk circumstances are particularly vulnerable. It may be nearly impossible for them to satisfy the requirements of a job. Or their careers may suffer. Mothers of high-risk children often experience similar difficulties. Millions of women and children are suffering these conditions. The UWOA works with the people who can help solve their problems.
BACKGROUND – The United Women of America™ was founded in 2003. Several websites were created to generate
contributions to women’s charities and organizations. At that time, many people
RECENT HISTORY – The UWOA organization was completely restructured in 2011. Newly added self-help and information resources are improving the lives of women. Our new social network will provide important support groups for women. Shopping activity, sponsor involvement, and advertising programs have been revitalized. The management of the UWOA and its programs has been shifted to third-party entities. Women can now enjoy the benefits of the UWOA without engaging in the hard work required to maintain the organization.
Revenues generated by “UWOA Network™” websites fund the UWOA organization. All expenses of the UWOA organization are covered. Excess funds generated by the UWOA Network will be significant. Contributions and grants to others who can help working women will be substantial.