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Amy wanted to be like her mom. See how United Way helped!

October 06, 2015  |  Mary Kinney

If you’ve ever thought, “I’d like to volunteer, but I don’t know how to get started,” you should meet Amy.

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Volunteers joined forces to help the homeless in our community

October 06, 2015  |  Basic Needs  |  Admin

in less than an hour, United Way volunteers took part in a big assembly line to package 1,500 hygiene kits for homeless neighbors.

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Top 4 volunteer payoffs and how United Way can help make them real for you

October 05, 2015  |  Guest Blog Post

Do you ever stop to think about the benefits of the volunteering you do or are considering? What impact are you having? What would happen if you stopped giving your time?

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Volunteer puts twins' needs first as they transition in foster care

October 02, 2015  |  Basic Needs  |  Marion  |  Friday Success Story

At just six months of age, the state placed twins “Jason” and “James” in foster care because of domestic violence, substance abuse and the unsanitary living conditions in their parents’ home.

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In memory of Bill Crawford

October 02, 2015  |  Admin

United Way of Central Indiana joins the Crawford family and the entire community in mourning the passing of the Honorable State Representative Bill Crawford.

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United Way youth delegation tapped to help identify, address, global education challenges

October 02, 2015  |  News Release

Seven Central Indiana youth volunteers have been invited to Washington D.C. on Monday (Oct. 5) to help identify and address global education challenges.

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Hunger doesn't take a summer vacation

October 01, 2015  |  Hancock  |  Megan Hagedorn

Food is a critical part of life for people of all ages, but it is especially essential for kids to grow – physically and mentally.

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United Way news

October 01, 2015  |  Matt Cooper

Each month, we'll post updates about United Way and our agencies. There's (nearly) always something going on!

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United Way’s “Born Learning Trail” re-painted at Morgan County's Pioneer Park

September 30, 2015  |  Education  |  Morgan  |  Admin

Several Morgan County women came together Friday to prepare a heavily traveled path in Mooresville’s Pioneer Park for the road to reading.

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Meet the Leadership United Class of 2016

September 28, 2015  |  Matt Cooper

After a competitive application process, fifty individuals were selected to join Leadership United, a the comprehensive community leadership and board development program.

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Everything you wanted to know about nonprofit financials, but were afraid to ask

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Tocqueville Society First Wednesday Luncheon

The exclusive First Wednesday Luncheons feature community leaders and perspe...

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