UWCI News and Stories
The very first person referred to the Linkage to Care program was “Matthew” and the Specialist assigned to his case was eager to begin working with him. That anticipation turned into nervous anxiety after their first meeting.
If you know an exceptional Indianapolis Public School teacher who has turned around the lives of one or more students and demonstrated a record of academic success, you can nominate them for the Hubbard Life-Changing Teacher Award worth $25,000.
A strategic partnership with United Way of Central Indiana, the Indianapolis Central Library and Child Care Answers will connect children and preschool programs to the theatre to see the play, while involving teachers in professional development experiences.
When her best friend was murdered by her own husband, "Emily" selflessly stepped in to raise her two now motherless girls.
A statement from Ann Murtlow on the City County Council Rules & Public Policy Committee’s vote to support the Indianapolis Pre-K Program>
Adolescence can be a difficult stage in a child’s life. Trying to fit in with peers and testing their independence by rebelling against parents are typical behaviors of youth as they transition from childhood to adulthood.
United Christmas Service ensures that you're helping people who need it most because the program verifies that those seeking help have not already been served by another organization.
United Way of Central Indiana is awarding more than $800,000 to help two local human care agencies with capital renovation projects to expand services.