Have a Do-Good Time at IndyVolved

As we celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. day this year, I felt Dr. King’s spirit more fervently than I had in years’ past. Maybe it was because of our current social and political climate, or...

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What’s Your Why? Hannah’s is Connecting Young Professionals to Create Opportunities for Others

In this series, What’s Your Why, United Way is calling on its supporters to share what volunteering means for them and why they feel passionately about a cause in our community.   “Whether in a...

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What Happens When You Ask the Community to Help Their Neighbors? 5,640 Hands Unite!

As part of United Way of Central Indiana’s 100th anniversary, we challenged Central Indiana residents to give one hour of their time on April 19 to participate in Hour of Impact. The gist was simple:...

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Restock the Classroom Spreads School Supplies and Smiles to Thousands of Teachers

More than 3,000 teachers were surprised by deliveries of totes full of school supplies during United Way of Central Indiana’s Restock the Classroom event. Teachers throughout Central Indiana received bags filled with the most needed...

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What’s Your Why? Thiwasha’s is Investing Her Time, Talent and Treasure Wisely

In this series, What’s Your Why, United Way is calling on its supporters to share what volunteering means for them and why they feel passionately about a cause in our community.   “Time, talent and...

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Celebrate National Volunteer Month!

Welcome to National Volunteer Month! Are you ready to start celebrating? We have lots of volunteer projects waiting for you! Whether you like getting your hands dirty in a garden or packing kits for those...

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What’s Your Why? Carol’s is Teaching the Fundamentals of Reading

In this series, What’s Your Why, United Way is calling on its supporters to share what volunteering means for them and why they feel passionately about a cause in our community.   Carol Courtney knows...

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5 Reasons Going on an Alternative Spring Break Makes You a Great Hire

For college and high school students interested in making a difference in their community and developing skills that will be useful in their professional lives, going on an Alternative Spring Break is a perfect fit....

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Celebrating National Mentoring Month: 5 Mentoring Programs That Change Lives

January is the month of creating resolutions, making changes and setting goals for the new year. If you’re still working out your goals or resolutions, here’s one to consider: becoming a mentor. January is not...

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United Way Selects 30 High School Students for 2018 Youth Leadership United

Students from Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Marion and Morgan County will participate in United Way Program to grow nonprofit knowledge and leadership skills   INDIANAPOLIS – On Saturday, January 6, thirty Central Indiana high school...

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