UWCI News and Stories
Katrina’s husband was not a nice man. For the better part of their relationship he had been abusive physically, emotionally, mentally and financially. And with each passing day, his temper only got worse. Katrina has found something she has missed for a long time: Hope.
An energetic group of volunteers met at the offices of Katz, Sapper and Miller to assemble Literacy Kits for On My Way Pre-K programs. This was accomplished in about an hour from 8 – 9 am thanks to the efficiency of our great women volunteers!
Over 40 volunteers joined United Way of Central Indiana and Diversity Leadership Circle at our Job Readiness Kit build at PACE, Inc. he kits will be distributed by PACE workers to their clients in order to help them create a resume, prepare for an interview and gain employment.
“Community Baby Shower” on June 21 is a part of United Way’s Global Day of Action. Individuals can drop off donations along Pennsylvania Street in front of Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
When “Deron” first met “Skyler” on their first day of United Way’s summer ReadUP program, he knew he had a challenge in front of him. After weeks of Deron’s effort and proven, effective ReadUP programming, Skyler began to make real progress.
United Way of Central Indiana and Hubbard Family Foundation present $25,000 each to four teachers and two principals!
Battling mental health issues, living with an intellectual disability and spending most of his life shuffled from foster care to foster care, “Tim” was pretty used to getting the raw end of the deal. But Easter Seals Crossroads changed his life forever.
Despite being 93 years old, wheelchair-bound and legally blind, “Ethel” is an independent woman. She had always lived in a rough area of town, but lately it seemed to be getting more dangerous. When her safety was in question, she knew who she could call.
United Way of Central Indiana and Hubbard Family Foundation to present $25,000 each to six winners – four teachers and two principals – on May 18!
United Way knows that by making reading fun and interactive we can encourage...