United Way of Miami-Dade focuses on improving education, financial stability and health in disenfranchised communities. It addresses these issues through initiatives including health education programs, cancer and sexually transmitted disease screenings, and social and home care programs for seniors. It also helps fund disaster relief efforts.
Harve A. Mogul has served as president and CEO of United Way of Miami-Dade since 1991. He originally joined the organization in 1973, and serves on other United Way committees across the country. Before joining United Way, Mogul was a Peace Corps worker. He is the recipient of Miami Coalition of Community and Justice's Humanitarian Award, Mercy Hospital's Monsignor Bryan O. Walsh Humanitarian Award, and Family Counseling Services' Family of the Year Award. Mogul also helped oversee the campaign to raise $100 million dollars for the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.