Need help? Dial 2-1-1 to contact a United Way call center specialist or to find resources.
Category: Supporter Profiles
Women United Spotlight: Judge Robin Lanigan Johnston
The United Way of Northeast Florida Women United member made history as the first Jewish woman appointed a judge for the Fourth Judicial Circuit Courts of Florida.
How COVID-19 reminded the world of the value of educators
During this unparalleled time, we have been prompted to remember the value of teachers in our children’s education.
Award-winning volunteer encourages neighbors to “show up” for community in tangible ways
Ayleen Supernault is not just any volunteer. She’s the “Volunteer of the Year” for United Way partner Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida (LSSNF).
Air Force veterans make the most of retirement through volunteerism
Ken and Linda McEnery, volunteers for United Way partner Downtown Ecumenical Services Council (DESC), are Air Force veterans with a great deal of compassion and dedication for their community.
Four women you should know in Northeast Florida
In honor of Women’s History Month, United Way of Northeast Florida highlighted women in the community who are helping families and individuals better make ends…
United Way’s first creative services intern shares her experience
Summer 2018, United Way of Northeast Florida’s marketing department had the pleasure of working with Brean Powell, an advertising major from University of Florida.
United Way welcomes UNC students for alternative spring break
United Way of Northeast Florida hosted students from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for Alternative Spring Break in March.
AFL Spotlight: Jenna Aihie
Jenna Aihie believes that being a part of the Achievers for Life program is even more rewarding for the mentor than the mentee.
UNF student shares experience as United Way intern
Spring 2018 marketing and communications intern Diandra Thompson shares her top 10 highlights of her internship experience.
AFL Mentor Spotlight: Freddie Coleman
Since being matched with Freddie, Aaron’s attitude, behavior, and grades have improved tremendously.