Monthly Archives: July 2013

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Memphis Branch hosts Youth United Way for afternoon of financial literacy education

Last week, members of the Youth United Way Leadership Program had a tremendous opportunity to learn about the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis – Memphis Branch, thanks to Martha Perine-Beard, Chairman of the United Way Board of Directors. Perine-Beard is Memphis … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Financial Stability, Helping children and youth succeed, News, Youth United Way

Youth United Way summer new member sign up form now online

Youth United Way’s summer new member process is signing up teens this month who want to be active in this very successful community leadership program. To be considered, it is very important to complete the registration form with all contact … Continue reading

Posted in Youth United Way

United Way and area partners present information sessions on the Affordable Care Act (July 10 & 19)

United Way of the Mid-South, in partnership with Tennessee Health Care Campaign and Meritan will host information sessions about the Affordable Care Act. Over the last twenty years, paying health insurance premiums and other health bills have become harder and … Continue reading

Posted in Events, Improving health for adults & seniors, Information Resources

Quick photos: United Way Community Conversation with local teen student interns

United Way of the Mid-South’s ongoing Community Conversation brought student interns from MLGW and United Way and other volunteers together yesterday to discuss goals, challenges, observations and aspirations for our area. This ongoing regional input and feedback discussion is informing United Way’s … Continue reading

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Local volunteers share insights about being part of United Way Day of Caring

United Way’s Day of Caring event is an annual celebration of the power volunteers provide for our area’s nonprofit sector, working with agencies that improve life for our community. Whether it’s demanding yet satisfying work projects that beautify landscaping on … Continue reading

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