Living united: buffalo & erie county
Use your superpowers and be a hero on Giving Tuesday, December 3rd!
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.
The Green Team at United Way has been busy since they first got started just a few short months ago. Take a look at the difference they've made already!
We sat down with April's United Way Families Ambassador Jeff Slawson to learn more about what makes him tick, and why he's so passionate about giving back.
After her divorce, Christina suddenly found herself a single mother of three in deep financial trouble. Hear how her experience at a free tax prep event led to so much more than she could have imagined.
Our March United Way: Families Ambassador talks about how she chooses to give back over the course of the year and how little things can make a big difference for families in our community.
For our newest United Way: Families Ambassadors, the issue of struggling families hits close to home.
An additional $49,650 in funding from Univera Healthcare will help support GO Buffalo Mom; a program that helps ensure pregnant mothers access prenatal care on a consistent basis.
Robert and Chesterine Stevenson’s commitment to this community exemplified by whole-hearted community service, strong organizational leadership, and selfless philanthropy is why we are proud to name them as the 2018 Philanthropists of the Year.
We asked Anna-Lesa Calvert of Algonquin Sports for Kids why she thinks sports can make such a big difference in the lives of young women.