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Category: Volunteerism

A ReadingPal’s Perspective

As this past year progressed, I became more & more determined to demonstrate unconditional love because I could see how very much it means to these little ones to have a caring, engaged adult reinforcing learning in an individual setting.

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Volunteer Profile: Eddie Ruberté

For a little over 1 hour each week Ruberté has found time to make a difference for a lifetime for two Duval County middle-school students as an Achievers For Life mentor.

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A Message from Michelle Braun

On my first day as president and CEO of United Way of Northeast Florida, I wanted to reach out with a video message to our fantastic audience of givers, advocates, and volunteers.

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10 Signs You’d Make a Great ReadingPal

Do you think you have what it takes to be a ReadingPal? We bet you do!

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2014 Advocacy Snapshot

With the conclusion of the 2014 Florida Legislative Session last week, we wanted to offer a short list of issues United Way tracked and advocated for, especially those in the area of education.

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United Way Initiative Wins Common Good Award

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – United Way of Northeast Florida’s RealSense initiative won the coveted United Way Worldwide Common Good Award during an international conference May 13. More than 1,800 community-based United Ways in 41 countries and territories had the opportunity to compete for the awards presented in the three categories of education, income and health – the building blocks to a good life.

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Wi$e Money Week 2014

Everyone – every family, every individual, every business – needs to be wise about money. Wi$e Money Week is a week of activities and events celebrating the importance of good money management.

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RealSense Volunteer Snapshot

The numbers from the past year tell the story of thousands of dedicated individuals working together to help bring much-needed services to the families in our community. Here are some of the highlights.

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