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Edwin Goutier

By Edwin Goutier


A BIG THANKS TO OUR AMAZING SUPER-SUPPORTERS

Today’s BIG THANKS goes out to the millions of people who open not only their checkbooks but also their hearts and their calendars – giving, advocating AND volunteering to build thriving communities where opportunity is the norm, not the exception. More

11/15/12

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Jason Bethke

By Jason Bethke


UNITED WAY ANNOUNCES NEW U.S. PRESIDENT

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Stacey Stewart, United Way U.S.A. President

United Way Worldwide today announced the appointment of Stacey D. Stewart as President of United Way U.S.A. – a newly created position that reflects the organization’s commitment to its U.S. network of more than 1,200 local members. Stewart’s appointment is effective October 15. More

09/24/12

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Brian Gallagher

By Brian Gallagher


The Case for Building Mentor Capital

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Become a Volunteer Reader, Tutor or Mentor

Take a look at this article by Brian Gallagher as featured in The Huffington Post. "Schools across the country have geared up and welcomed students for another engaging year in the classroom. The start of a new school year is always an exciting time filled with a sense of opportunity. As the leaves turn, students, teachers and parents get a fresh start. But they aren't the only ones who should see "back to school" as a time of new possibilities. The season is the perfect time of year to become a reader, tutor or mentor." More

09/13/12

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Doug Taylor

By Doug Taylor


Rock Stars in Nashville

It’s hard to think of an academic as a rock star, but that’s how Mark Kramer was received at the United Way Community Leaders Conference in Nashville in early May 2012. Perhaps it was because we were in the U.S. County Music Capital (Dolly Parton made an appearance as well, but that’s another story altogether).

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05/18/12

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Linda Paulson

By Linda Paulson


The Most Important Lessons in Life I Learned From My Mother

As long as I can remember, my mom has been doing for others. She set an example and included me in her good work. I remember as a child, going to volunteer wherever my mom was helping in the community. We did many different things including volunteering at our church or the park concession stand, which I realize now played a vital role in keeping the kids in my community active and healthy. More

05/11/12

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