UWCI News and Stories
Helping more people have adequate and nutritious food so they can be in a position to strive for self-sufficiency is much more than board room talk for United Way of Central Indiana.
The Indianapolis Colts continued their longtime support of United Way of Central Indiana, as they pledged to donate $1 for every ticket distributed at Sunday's game.
Last September, with the help and support of her daughters, co-workers and Alternatives board and staff members, Abby fled to the safety of Alternatives’ emergency shelter in Madison County.
United Way of Central Indiana assumes increased role to help sustain, grow the successful model as part of community goal to reduce number of financially unstable families.
Veteran-serving agency will both volunteer and host volunteers on Indy Do Day Oct. 2
Unemployed and lacking self-confidence, this single mom was experiencing severe depression further complicated by the threat of losing their home and difficulties her children were experiencing in school.
The recent tragic death of comedian Robin Williams raised the nation’s awareness about the devastating impact depression has on the lives of those who suffer from this mental illness.
For the fifth year, United Way of Central Indiana launched its annual fundraising season today with the Indianapolis Colts at a free public event on Monument Circle.
Ruby Smith of Indianapolis has been selected as a finalist in the 2014 Maytag® Dependable Leader Awards – America’s Vote competition for exuding dependability, reliability and a commitment to excellence everyday within her community.
“Brian”, a disabled military veteran, was already struggling to get by. Then the IRS garnisheed his modest disability payments, leaving him without enough money to support himself.