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United Way of Greater Augusta has received notification that Staunton was awarded $8,611 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs.
The United Way of Greater Augusta completed the work required to reinvest $436,000 raised in this community back into agencies and programs.
During the National Volunteer Week, over 200 volunteers in the Greater Augusta region will complete projects with 11 local nonprofit agencies.
World Book Day is April 23rd and to celebrate, the United Way of Greater Augusta is hosting a Children’s Book Swap.
The United Way of Greater Augusta has hired Jeff Miracle as its new president and CEO.
United Way of Greater Augusta has been investing in the people of the Augusta County, Staunton and Waynesboro community for a long, long time.
The United Way of Greater Augusta recognized local companies, organizations, and individuals last week at its Annual Awards Celebration.
Volunteers make a difference in our community by giving nonprofits the power to serve more people. United Way of Greater Augusta will celebrate its annual Week of Caring on April 10-16.
As part of America Saves Week 2016, the United Way of Greater Augusta is spreading the saving message and urging its network to encourage people to make savings automatic.
Community Child Care, the region’s only non-profit sliding scale day care provider needs an age appropriate playground for its 2- to 5-year-olds.
United Way of Greater Augusta is issuing a request for proposals to solicit applications for its 2016-2017 Grant Awards.
Friends of the Staunton Library has donated $1,000 to United Way of Greater Augusta to support its Dolly Parton Imagination Library program.
United Way of Greater Augusta announced its recent hire of Sara Blevins, who will join the United Way team in a new position that will help area residents find the human services they need while also helping coordinate part of the Valley VITA program.
It was neck-and-neck all the way to the end, but employees from NIBCO, a Stuarts Draft facility that makes copper fittings, narrowly edged out employees from Hershey’s to win the United Way of Greater Augusta Corporate Cup on Sunday.
United Way of Greater Augusta will hold its annual Corporate Cup event on Sunday. This year’s event will demonstrate how teamwork and healthy competition build camaraderie among organizational employees.
United Way of Greater Augusta will hold a series of town hall meetings throughout the month of September regarding critical issues in the community and the work being done to address them.
As the new school year gets underway, thousands of local students have the tools needed in order to be successful thanks to Stuff the Bus 2015.
The local community can help provide school supplies for Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta County students during the weekend of August 7-9 for the annual Stuff the Bus at the Staunton and Waynesboro Wal-Marts.
Are you a nonprofit looking to raise funds? Do you have talent among your board and staff? Do you want to be part of the newest craze? The Greater Augusta region will be holding its first-ever Lip Sync Battle for Charity.
Cynthia Pritchard, the CEO of United Way of Greater Augusta, joined 60 other United Way leaders on Capitol Hill today to push Congress — including Senator Mark Warner, Senator Tim Kaine, and Congressman Bob Goodlatte to help working American families turn their financial tightropes into solid financial pathways.
Cynthia Pritchard, CEO of the United Way of Greater Augusta, will travel to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, to speak to local members of Congress to help working American families who may be struggling in the Greater Augusta community. Cynthia Pritchard will be meeting with the offices of Senator Mark Warner, Senator Tim Kaine, and Congressman Bob Goodlatte.
United Way of Greater Augusta will celebrate its annual Week of Caring on April 12-18th. This year’s event will demonstrate how people in our region LIVE UNITED™ by completing projects for area non-profits.
Cynthia Pritchard, the CEO of United Way of Greater Augusta, met with staff from the offices of Virginia’s senators and Congress in Washington, D.C. on March 3 to help working families who may be struggling to make ends meet in the Shenandoah Valley.
The Staunton Creative Community Fund is partnering with United Way of Greater Augusta to offer financial literacy workshops. The workshops will be a Brown Bag Lunch Series held at the United Way offices, 24 Idlewood Blvd #106 Staunton.
Taking part in the Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service, the United Way of Greater Augusta applied for and received a grant from Target to restore Community Child Care to its former glory.
United Way of Greater Augusta received notification that Staunton City was awarded $5,173, to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the Greater Augusta region. The selection for Staunton City to receive $5,173 was made by a National Board through state set-aside funds that is chaired by the U.S Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency.
United Way of Greater Augusta will celebrate its annual Day of Caring today. This year’s event will demonstrate how people in the Greater Augusta region LIVE UNITED™ by completing projects for area non-profits.