UWCI News and Stories
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.
Angela B. Freeman, an intellectual property associate and patent attorney at Barnes & Thornburg LLP, became interested in joining Leadership United when legal colleagues recommended the program to her.
“Janelle” originally came to CAFÉ in August 2014 seeking rent assistance. She found so much more.
The program uses a combination of classes and practical experiences to help participants develop board leadership skills, increase knowledge of community issues and gain the skills to be effective board members and community leaders.
Sixteen human service case managers are now armed with stronger skills to work with people who are either already homeless or nearly homeless to help them turn their lives around.
Deangelo was twelve years old and struggled with self-confidence and academic motivation when his mother, Mary, enrolled him in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
The program is for community members interested in becoming part of a county-wide leadership network and deepening their knowledge of community challenges and commitment to serve.
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