UWCI News and Stories
Now that the Individual Retirement Account (IRA) charitable rollover has been retroactively extended by Congress for 2014, you may wish to consider making a gift of IRA assets to United Way of Central Indiana.
Highly trained specialists are available 24/7 to connect people who need services to the agencies that provide them.
Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning (OECOSL) has received more than 1,800 applications from families in Allen, Lake, Marion and Vanderburgh counties who would like to enroll their 4-year-old children in the first phase of the On My Way Pre-K program beginning in January of 2015.
A nursing technician, this mother needed quality child care while she worked and her daughter needed the socialization and kindergarten readiness.
If you live in Marion County, have a child who’ll be five-years-old by August 1, 2015, qualify for low-income assistance, and would like a free pre-kindergarten education for your child, you have until December 15 to apply for the state’s new On My Way Pre-K scholarship program.
An only child who had never met his father, Clay was raised by his mother. In 2005, on Clay’s 8th birthday, she enrolled him in the Big Brothers mentoring program.
Since yesterday’s news of the passing of Bill Mays, scores of community and business leaders have offered their reflections and memories of his impact -- deep and wide -- on the economic and civic life in Central Indiana.
In this LIVE UNITED Q&A, the chair of our 2015 Red Carpet Gala, Mary Azar Callahan, M.A, shares previews about new twists on this popular event, and tells why it’s a not-to-be missed experience and why she’s giving her time to make it succeed.