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United Way Alternative Spring Break Begins

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Starting this week, students across the country will trade swim trunks for tool belts and team up with United Way to make a meaningful impact in communities across the country. The work begins along the Mississippi Gulf Coast where over 50 student volunteers have converged to get to work in Biloxi, MS. Teams of students will work throughout the week on a variety of projects, some still related to Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts, other projects will focus on those underlying issues that keep individuals and families from achieving their full potential. More

03/07/11

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United Way Women’s Leadership Summit

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Education Panel: Susan Taylor, Founder of National CARES Mentoring Movement

Live blogging from Newport Beach, CA: Julie L. Edwards, a guest contributor and a United Way volunteer. More

03/03/11

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Join the virtual Education Town Hall

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We invite you to tell us what you think about the state of education in your community. More

02/10/11

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UPS partners with Inland Empire United Way’s Kids Pack Program

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UPS is helping kids get needed nutrition through their yearlong partnership with Inland Empire United Way’s Kids Pack Program. This program serves 1,200 hungry children a week, by providing homeless and very low-income children with backpacks filled with nutritious food to eat during the weekends, when free school meals are not available. Read more. More

02/09/11

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BNY Mellon prepares area school children for success

BNY Mellon is providing needed school supplies to area school children. Last month, BNY Mellon and United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica Area teamed up for a second year to reach more than 250 children. Read more. More

02/08/11

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