UWCI News and Stories
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!
Last year, Jenny lost her job. A single mother strugging to find her next opportunity, unemployment was starting to take a toll on her financially, as well as emotionally. Her self-esteem was dwindling. She wanted to provide her children a good life. But how? That’s when Jenny heard about Flanner House’s Center for Working Families (CWF).
United Way of Central Indiana and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation are joining forces to help improve health, reduce obesity, and encourage wellness in young children through two grant programs.
Finding the right child care center is a big decision for parents. Of course, you want to know your child will be safe, first and foremost. Luckily, because of United Way and you, parents have a high-quality, affordable option at Early Learning Indiana. Just ask Carrie and Keith Hagan…
United Way of Central Indiana and the Central Indiana Labor Council AFL-CIO announced a new partnership agreement that aims to drive positive, measurable and substantial impact in Central Indiana.
Students from Washington Woods Elementary School in Westfield took part in Global Youth Service Day on Friday, April 15.
For as long as Raelyn can remember, she has dreamed of an independent life. A life where she is in control. But growing up as an intellectually disabled child in an abusive home, feeling in control was nearly impossible.
Chalkbeat Indiana: Limited funding means thousands of poor Indy kids won’t get preschool scholarships
Thousands of Indianapolis families vying for preschool scholarships will be disappointed this spring.
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