Monthly Archives: August 2013

Quick Photos: ServiceMaster’s big Day of Caring!

United Way Day of Caring 2013 last week was a great success, and for the next few weeks we’ll be sharing photos and stories from organizations and nonprofits about the work performed by local volunteers to help kick off the … Continue reading

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United Way Golf Scramble today

The United Way Golf Scramble is getting underway at the Cottonwoods course at Harrah’s in Tunica, MS. The scramble begins at 1:00 p.m. More photos to come from Tunica later today!

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Apply for the Youth United Way Leadership Program (Deadline Sept. 20)

Youth United Way Leadership Program is accepting applications for its Fall 2013 season through September 20. The application is online and only takes a few minutes to complete. Accepted applicants will be notified. If you have additional questions please contact … Continue reading

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Today’s the day – United Way Day of Caring 2013!

Today’s the day! Friday, August 23rd is United Way Day of Caring! After long months of planning and matching volunteers with nonprofit worksites, United Way Day of Caring is underway across our community. Our kickoff rally at the Salvation Army … Continue reading

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This Friday – United Way Day of Caring 2013!

After long months of planning and matching volunteers with nonprofit worksites across the Mid-South, United Way Day of Caring is ready to launch this Friday! Starting with a kickoff rally at the Salvation Army Kroc Center at 800 E. Parkway … Continue reading

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CIM grant writing Community Cafe on Wednesday, August 28

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New, updated govt. website provides help for difficult financial times

The Mid-South’s struggles with poverty and low incomes make for discouraging headlines about the region’s financial woes regularly. Just two years ago the area was cited as the poorest large metro area in the nation. The good news is, we’re … Continue reading

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