Thu, October 23, 2014
Camden City School District was named among Advocates for Children of New Jersey’s School Breakfast Champions, a recognition reserved for the top 20 New Jersey school districts with the highest percent of eligible students eating breakfast.
Tue, October 21, 2014
As part of the 16th annual NFL-United Way Hometown Huddle, the Philadelphia Eagles and United Way joined together to encourage healthy lifestyles for children by hosting a pep rally and relay race for students at Wissahickon High School.
Tue, October 14, 2014
Teams tee up for the 2014 Energenic Golf & Sporting Clays Invitational. Pictured: Alan Beatty, Tom Kuhar and Fred Banner.
The Energenic Golf & Sporting Clays Invitational took place on October 6 with more than 100 sporting enthusiasts hitting the courses in Atlantic County to drive Impact.
Mon, October 13, 2014
All of the work we’re doing with individuals and organizations to create Impact in our focus areas of Education, Income and Health from Western Montgomery County to the Jersey shore has once again come to life with the new fall 2014 issue of IMPACT Magazine!
Tue, September 30, 2014
We’re proud to invest more than $9 million in one-year targeted investments from our Impact Fund into United Way-led programs and local collaborative initiatives designed to meet needs currently unaddressed by the health and human services sector in local communities.
Mon, September 29, 2014
The growing concern over childhood obesity isn’t limited to a single town or community – it’s an epidemic garnering national attention, as evidenced by September being named National Childhood Obesity Month. And locally, the statistics speak to the concern.
Wed, September 24, 2014
At United Way, we embrace our role in being there for communities in need or when a crisis strikes. And now, our support is needed as our neighbors in Atlantic City face some challenging times – and it’s our honor to be here when you need us, because you’ve been there for us.
Tue, September 09, 2014
By middle school, chronic absenteeism is a better predictor than test scores of which children are at-risk of dropping out.
Thu, September 04, 2014
The end of summer means more than shorter days and crisper weather – students throughout our region have started the annual migration back to the classrooms, marking a new opportunity for academic excellence.
Tue, August 26, 2014
We analyze NJ Kids Count datato help us make strategic investments that address the local needs of our children and families in Burlington County.
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