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United Way Alternative Spring Break Kicks-Off!

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United Way kicks off its seventh annual Alternative Spring Break program throughout the month of March. More

03/05/12

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By Brian Cox


Brian Gallagher Speaks at the World Economic Forum in Davos

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Photo by Moritz Hager, Copyright World Economic Forum

Brian Gallagher, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Way Worldwide, is captured during the session 'Building Trust' at the Annual Meeting 2012 of the World Economic Forum at the congress centre in Davos, Switzerland, January 27, 2012. More

01/30/12

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Wells Fargo ranks #1 for community support

United Way is proud to recognize Wells Fargo as the largest workplace giving campaign in the U.S. In 2010, Wells Fargo team members made a huge positive impact in communities by pledging $38 million through Wells Fargo?s annual Community Support and United Way Campaign, and volunteering 1.3 million hours. More

06/09/11

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GE Appliance Sales to Benefit United Way

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We all have a stake in creating a healthy, prosperous community and GE has found a way for us all to work with them to generate funds for United Way. At the online GE Appliance Outlet Store, customers can Live United, as GE will donate two percent of appliance sales from the online GE Appliance Outlet Store to United Way. . . More

05/26/11

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AT&T’s family engagement support increases high school success

AT&T and United Way have partnered around Family Engagement for High School Success, an initiative that helps families of disadvantaged children get more involved in their child’s education in order to improve their academic success. The Family Engagement for High School Success initiative responds to AT&T-funded research that found the majority of teachers (63%) and principals (51%) felt increasing their schools’ parental outreach programs would help reduce the number of high school dropouts. More

04/20/11

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