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United Way team member shines in parent leadership group
Parents Who Lead is a collaborative initiative among Jacksonville Public Education Fund (JPEF), Duval County Public Schools and Jacksonville Public Library in which members come together not only to advocate for parents in their school districts, but also to learn the necessary skills required to fight roadblocks to improve school standards at the city level.
United Way award winner advocates for better early childhood education
For her outstanding work with local children and efforts to improve early learning requirements, Amanda Crawford was awarded United Way’s 2018 Sherwood H. Smith Children’s Champion Award in the advocacy. category.
Three ways to make a difference this holiday season
You can spread holiday cheer by participating in United Way holiday giving opportunities.
United Way award winner helps countless students stay in school
By Nicole Petersen At William M. Raines High School, no student is without the opportunity to attend school due to family or financial…
United Way announces 10th anniversary award winners
United Way announces 10th anniversary Sherwood H. Smith Children’s Champion Awards winners The announcement took place at the nonprofit’s annual fall event Jacksonville,…
United Way partner helps toddler find his voice
Hoping to help Amir better communicate, his mother sought assistance from Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center.
Full Service Schools turns student’s life around
With the help of Full Service Schools, Deonte was able to turn his life around and graduate from high school.
Pre-register to become a Disaster Response Volunteer
Pre-register to be a Disaster Response Volunteer and be prepared to help your community the minute a disaster strikes.
United Way and Generation launch CLIMB at local community event
United Way and Generation launched a new initiative, CLIMB, at CommUNITY Fest, a family-friendly event.
Five resources for an emotional crisis
World Suicide Prevention Week is an opportunity to ensure that individuals and families in our community are getting the emotional support they need. Here are five resources to assist you during an emotional crisis