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Jesse Marcus

By Jesse Marcus

Improving Test Scores in Washington, DC

Find out what can be accomplished when 400 volunteers, teachers, students and their families join with United Way to make a difference. More


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Mei Cobb

By Mei Cobb

Volunteer to Make A Difference

For more than 20 years, USA WEEKEND Magazine has sponsored Make A Difference Day. Scheduled on Saturday, October 26, 2013, millions of volunteers from around the world will unite in a common mission to improve the lives of others. More


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Jesse Marcus

By Jesse Marcus

New York City Shows Us How to Get More Kids in the Classroom

Want to cut the national drop-out rate in half and save $45 billion every year? United Way of New York City may have a solution… More


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Lindsay Torrico

By Lindsay Torrico

It’s United Way Education Action Week. Take Action!

To kick off the back-to-school season, United Way is organizing an Education Action Week to rally congressional and public support for education nationwide. This week, local United Ways, partners and caring citizens are joining together to send a message to policymakers to prioritize our nation’s children and invest in a quality education for all. More


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Michael R. Wood

By Michael R. Wood

United Way Participating in National Dialogue on Mental Health

Yesterday, I had the honor of representing United Way at the White House National Conference on Mental Health. This day-long conference, which included leaders from across sectors and disciplines and all walks of life, was the start of a national conversation on erasing the stigma of mental health and figuring out ways that communities can come together to make real improvements on mental health systems and supports. More


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