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Lindsay Torrico

By Lindsay Torrico

Map the Meal Gap Report: Child Hunger in Your Community

Even as unemployment numbers start to decline, families in communities across the country are struggling to put food on the table. A new Feeding America report on local-level food insecurity reveals that in every state in America, children are at a greater risk of experiencing hunger than the overall population. More

04/24/14

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Josh Landis

By Josh Landis

Parody is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

Catch the United Way parody on NBC tonight at 9PM Eastern. This Throwback Thursday we’re celebrating our favorite SNL digital short, featuring Peyton Manning. The Saturday Night Live version is hilarious, but the work we do in communities is even better. Check out the original Peyton Manning PSA that started it all,  as well as the 1975 spot by Archie Manning that marks the beginning of the Manning family tradition of supporting United Way. More

04/24/14

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Jason Bethke

By Jason Bethke

The Power of Community Involvement

As an active champion of community involvement, you are the primary force of advocacy, positive change, and common good your region deserves. More

04/18/14

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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb

Volunteers Can Bring “Tears of Joy” During Tax Season

Preparing tax returns can be stressful, but for a special group of people, tax season is a joyful time of year. Free tax-preparation programs for eligible people rely on volunteers from January through “Tax Day” to help maximize tax benefits and incentives for families who could use a boost. More

04/14/14

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Sandra Serna Smith

By Sandra Serna Smith

United Way and the Public’s Health

National Public Health Week reminds us all to reflect on the amazing progress that has been made to improve people’s lives around the world. In this blog post, Kitty Hsu Dana, United Way Worldwide's Vice President of Health, discusses how the landscape of health reform is changing, and what remains the same. More

04/10/14

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