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What about the children in poverty?
United Way executive team member shares a personal reflection on International Day for the Eradication of Poverty.
Boys & Girls Clubs offers a summer to remember for local youth
Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Florida summer camps provide young people with the daily excitement they crave during the summer through fun, educational programs helping them discover opportunities to build their great futures.
PACE helps girls see college as a viable option
United Way partner, PACE Center for Girls Jacksonville, partners with several universities, state colleges and vocational schools to help girls understand college can be a viable idea.
Mental Health Favors No Color, No Gender
Theresa Rulien, CEO, Child Guidance Center explains the importance of supporting strong mental health for all.
Be more than an ally, be an accomplice for the LGBTQ community
Loretta Prescott, director of development, JASMYN explains the importance of being an accomplice, more than an ally for the LGBTQ community.
What keeps an United Way executive going in the face of adversity
United Way executive Phyllis Martin shares her thoughts in honor of June 4, Audacity to Hope Day.
United Way supporters advocate for change in Tallahassee
Check out how this experience helped Atlantic Circle member Lyubov Sakara better understand the impact of United Way.
Living the dream 365: My Policy Center journey
Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center, a United Way partner, changed the trajectory of a young woman’s life.
Living the dream 365: Introducing our America
Refugee resettlement director for Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida explains the personal impact of welcoming refugees in Northeast Florida.
Why health is more than the absence of disease
We Care Jacksonville, one of more than 70 United Way funded partner agencies, provides specialty medical care to low-income, uninsured, and homeless adults in Duval County and addresses these problems by using community health workers.