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Barbara Saverino

By Barbara Saverino

United Ways Head to the Capitol to Advocate for Working Adults

Fri, July 15, 2016

By expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit, we can give 13 million hardworking Americans a fair shot at a better life More»
Amanda McGowan

By Amanda McGowan

Women leaders ask: do you Dare to Be: #Giving?

Sat, July 02, 2016

Power of the Purse 2016

Local philanthropists and moderator Tracy Davidson prepare to share insights on giving during Power of the Purse in Galloway.

For each our women leaders, their passions and commitments are very different. Yet the message is very clear: find your passion and make a difference, no matter how small—when our efforts are joined together, we achieve much more than we ever could alone. More»
Julie Roehrig

By Julie Roehrig

Day of Action Volunteers Help Students Stay on the Upswing

Fri, July 01, 2016

Day of Action 2016!

Volunteers in Atlantic County help to prepare summer learning and wellness kits!

To combat “Summer Slide,” volunteers across the South Jersey region joined forces at annual Day of Action to support students’ success – in and out of the classroom. More»
Kevin Dow

By Kevin Dow

Hungry for Summer Resources? Look No Further Than 2-1-1!

Fri, July 01, 2016

summer food resources - girl eating

When our neighbors struggle to meet their most basic needs, 2-1-1 is always there.

John Emge

By John Emge

Business Leaders Learn Putting Quality Early Education First is as Easy as 1, 2, 3!

Wed, June 29, 2016

business leaders summit

Business and civic leaders are critical partners in building strong communities and advancing issues that help families thrive and drive local economies – and access to quality early education is no different.

Ashley Freeth

By Ashley Freeth

BeyGOOD Volunteers Get in Formation for Philadelphia Students

Mon, June 06, 2016

decorated piano

In partnership with Project NEXT, the School District and Beyoncé, volunteers helped raise awareness about the pivotal role music plays in helping children to learn.

Jim Cawley

By Jim Cawley

Remembering Carl Buchholz

Thu, June 02, 2016

Although lost too soon, Carl Buchholz was a tremendous friend to United Way, and we'll him and his contributions to changing lives throughout our region. Our thoughts are with his family during this time. More»
Ashley Freeth

By Ashley Freeth

Combining Service and Music to Make a Difference – Now That’s a Great Harmony

Tue, May 24, 2016

land a hand
BeyGOOD Philly as ProjectNEXT creates music-themed literacy kits for local students. More»
Kevin Dow

By Kevin Dow

New research focuses on unique value of African American-led nonprofits

Fri, May 06, 2016

AALF blog

The Philadelphia African American Leadership Forum recently released a research study with funding from our United Way to articulate the unique and critical value of African American-led nonprofits, as well as the challenges these organizations face.

Jim Cawley

By Jim Cawley

Fighting Hunger, One Meal at a Time

Thu, May 05, 2016

volunteer celebrating at united2feed

500 volunteers. 7,000 food boxes. 105,000 meals. That's UNITED2FEED.


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