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Record-Breaking 'Day of Caring' Takes Place Across the QC

United Way of the Quad Cities Area is breaking a record.

On Wednesday, August 20th, 2014, 2,600 volunteers participated in the organization’s 10th Annual Day of Caring, which is a record number of volunteers for a day dedicated to giving back to the community. 465 more words


Women in Business | United Way of Salt Lake

by Jerilyn Stowe
Vice President of Marketing and Communications

United Way of Salt Lake serves children and families in Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, and Tooele counties. 388 more words


What does it mean to LIVE UNITED?

Matt Quigley
Administrative Assistant

To answer this question, I have to look back at how I got to United Way of Salt Lake.

I first heard of United Way of Salt Lake while I worked in development at Pioneer Theatre Company. 294 more words


The Effects of Our Efforts

Tim Coray
Granger Elementary Community School Director

United Way of Salt Lake recently hosted the Summer Institute at Granite School District. Summer Institute is an opportunity for schools and principals to come together to learn more about Promise Partnerships and Community School Work. 455 more words



Amy Worthington
Volunteer Events and Training Coordinator

On June 19, more than 125 attorneys, staff, family members, and clients from Holland and Hart LLP celebrated the 20th anniversary of its Salt Lake City office with a day of service at Kearns Junior High Community School. 242 more words


Savage Wraps Up Another Record-Breaking Campaign

by Tim Harrison
Senior Community Investment Advisor


Last week, Savage employees wrapped up another fun-filled campaign to support our community. The world has to know how differently this company and its employees approach Changing the Odds for kids and families! 240 more words


United Way of Salt Lake Internal Campaign

by Dennis Huynh Community Investment Advisor & Andrea Cox Community Collaborations Director

This year, United Way of Salt Lake’s internal campaign theme was, “Changing the Odds Around our World.” It was important to the committee that the theme reflected the work we do in our six Promise Neighborhoods. 438 more words