Global Youth Service Day brings together Central Indiana youth

Central Indiana celebrated Global Youth Service Days on April 12 and 13 with 692 youth volunteers from Central Indiana participating in volunteer service projects.

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Friday Success Story: Rebuilding a life after incarceration

A high school graduate with some college experience, a bad decision earned Rob a conviction on burglary and drug dealing charges when he was nineteen.

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Friday Success Story: Empowering people with disabilities to live independently

Ensuring people have the tools and support needed to achieve financial stability and independence is a priority in United Way’s mission to help people learn more, earn more and lead safe and healthy lives.

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Friday Success Story: Computer skills aid older adult’s job search

Heritage Place of Indianapolis offers older adults legal, insurance and financial information along with a wide assortment of educational programming, including its popular computer classes.

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Friday Success Story: Employment dreams come true

From infancy to age 3, Noble of Indiana’s First Steps Early Intervention program provided occupational, developmental and speech therapies that were vital to helping Chris reach critical milestones in his early development.

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Your gifts, Gloria’s story: from poverty stat to income stable

In September, Gloria got a new job and enrolled in college. A single mom, she and her son just moved into a new home, and she enrolled him in a new school. Those might sound like typical transitions. But just over a year ago, such new beginnings seemed out of the question for Gloria.

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United Way Offers Four Workshops in Fall Series

The fall calendar for United Way of Central Indiana’s (UWCI) Nonprofit Training Center includes sessions on grantwriting for beginners, diversifying your board, multichannel fundraising and more, announced United Way.

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