United Way of Washington County-East is preparing their 2014 allocation process. Over 40 local community members volunteer for the panels. These panels review applications, complete on-site visits to the agencies and vote on funding decisions. Click here to visit the page to download the checklist, cover sheet, application and volunteer forms.
Our Women's Leadership Council in partnership with WAND (Women Achieving New Direction) is offering two workshops to single mothers that are interested in upgrading their job. The workshops are free to attend but space is limited. Call WAND at 651-604-3516 or UWWCE at 651.439.383 for more information or to register. Click here to view the brochure and learn more about the workshops.
United Way of Washington County-East has finalized their 2013 Annual Report. Click here to view the report and learn even more about the work your local United Way does!
Spirit of Giving was a great success! On October 26th, almost 200 people packed the Pub 112 in Downtown Stillwater to eat, dance and party for United Way of Washington County-East. Photos are online on Facebook - "like" our page and tag yourself in the photos!
Breakfast with Santa will be held at the Valley Ridge Mall on Saturday, December 14th, 2013, 9am-noon. Santa arrives at 9:30am! Free photos with Santa and Christmas crafts for the kids. Breakfast also provided for a suggested donation of $5 (adults) and $2 (kids). All proceeds donated to United Way of Washington County-East!
Use the widget below to donate a meal to a family in need. Click here to learn more about this project.
Youth United Way recently elected their two new presidents for this school year - Sydney Kuball and Lillyan Pan. Both girls are seniors at Stillwater Area High School and are excited to help make Youth United Way even MORE successful this year!
This great campaign video, donated by Courtney Arcese of LoveBrain Films, will debute at the Community Leadership Breakfast tomorrow morning! The video features four personal stories of community members that have been helped by the programs we fund! Thank you to Tiki Jadoo, Lucille Williams Harvey, Denise, Donna, Deb, and Bob and Ardis Johnson for participating in this meaningful video.