Ready for Kindergarten: Children Learn Social-Emotional Skills with Self-Expression Kits

Eighty-five percent of a child’s brain development happens before the age of 5. One of the most critical things children need to learn during this time is often the most overlooked: social-emotional skills. If children...

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Sparking Conversation, Comprehension and Imagination with Literacy Kits

It was a day like any other at East Tenth United Methodist Children and Youth Center. Gray, a curly-haired, bright eyed four-year-old, was finished for the day and getting ready for his mom to pick...

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Letter from Women United Chair, Dorothy Hoffman

What an exciting month March is for women! Not only is it Women’s History Month, but March 8 marks International Women’s Day – a day dedicated to celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements...

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Women United Member Spotlight: Rhonda Smith

Tell us about yourself. I was born and raised in a small town in Southern Ohio and am the oldest of five. Until age nine, I was raised by a single mother and we received...

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Women United Member Spotlight: Debby Routt

Tell us about yourself I am the Vice President of Human Resources Operations for OneAmerica. I have lived in Indianapolis for 30+ years after living in Heidelberg, Germany for five years. I am originally from...

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