UWCI News and Stories
Don has retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative disease that has left him totally blind. He had no idea how hard getting a job was going to be.
The diagnosis was early onset Alzheimer’s. Mitch tried to keep working, but the disease progressed quickly and he was no longer able to perform his job.
United Way of Central Indiana is honoring volunteers whose contributions have advanced United Way’s community impact work in education, income, health, basic needs and diversity.
"Michael" acted out by hitting and throwing things at his classmates, shouting in class, getting out of his seat without permission and had difficulty following directions.
Beginning in August 2014, a group of 20 individuals signed on as AmeriCorps members – together they served as full time Elementary Literacy Tutors in five Indianapolis Public Schools.
In this LIVE UNITED testimony, Angela Carr Klitzsch tells the story behind the subtle, but significant shift in JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s giving.
Stephannie, her three-week-old baby girl and a 10-year-old son, came with only what she could fit in her car.