UWCI News and Stories
No matter what local television station you’re watching at 7:30 p.m. on Tues., Sept. 2, you’ll see talent from each of Indy's broadcast media together on camera, speaking out for a single cause: improving lives and communities through United Way.
If you’re a high school freshman, sophomore or junior with interests in leadership and community service, you might consider applying for one of 25 spots in United Way of Central Indiana’s Youth Leadership United.
By the time she was 10 years old, Frances had endured a tumultuous childhood that included stays in multiple homeless shelters with her mother and siblings and time away from school.
A variety of athletes, mascots, media personalities and government officials came together to assist United Way of Central Indiana in promotion of this important program. Don't blink as you watch the video below or you may miss your favorite local celebrity.
P.R.E.P. gives youth greater insight into planning their future by providing opportunities to learn about all aspects related to applying to colleges, universities, technical and training institutions.
United Way thanks mayor, councillors, community partners for strong support of early childhood education
The Indianapolis City-County Council Community Affairs Committee approved a $100,000 public purpose grant to set the state’s recently enacted Early Learning Pilot grant program in motion.
At two weeks old, Mikayla was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anemia. It’s a disease that landed her in the hospital more than 20 times already in her short life, subjected her to pain throughout her body, and put her on a watch list for stroke.
United Way of Central Indiana is awarding more than $2 million to help local agencies with needed capital and facilities projects. The grants are over and above United Way support for programs and operations.