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UNITED WAY OF BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY RECEIVES $100,000 MATCHING GRANT FROM NATIONAL FUEL GAS COMPANY FOUNDATION FOR COVID-19 RESPONSE
United Way of Buffalo & Erie County (UWBEC) announces a matching grant of $100,000 from the National Fuel Gas Company Foundation to encourage contributions from individuals and companies across Erie County to UWBEC’s Join the Fight campaign.
At the end of March, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which includes a provision to encourage charitable giving during this difficult time. Learn more on how it works.
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The Taylors are a working family of four living on Buffalo east side who are struggling to make ends meet. Learn how United Way: Families is helping the Taylors gain financial stability by surrounding them with services that support their goals.
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We sat down with Olivia Larson, Executive director of For Every Little Handprint to learn more about their work and what they plan on doing with the $10,000 first-place prize.
When employees struggle at home, they often bring added stress into the workplace, affecting job performance and employee retention. That's where people like Mary Teresa come in. Learn what a typical day looks like for our Work/Life Solutions Resource Coordinator.
Women United held it's first Gateway to Golf event, bringing together over 125 women to learn golfing skills, play in a scramble tournament, and get to know each other. The event capped off with a keynote by Mary Wilson on the transformative power of sports in her life and what it can mean for all young women.