Living united: buffalo & erie county
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.
We sat down with this year's United Way campaign co-chairs Debbie Hayes and Keith Stolzenburg to learn more about how they Live United.
Grassroots Gardens WNY share their experience participating in Next Generation United's Pitch 10 event.
United Way Education Program Director Melodie Baker shares how a new reading program made all the difference in Lackawannan Pre-K classrooms.
Since UWBEC’s first campaign in 1917, it has always been a product of community effort; however, we credit Ansley Wilcox as our “founder.” Now here’s a piece of trivia for you: Which president was close friends with Ansley and was sworn into office at the Wilcox Mansion on September 14, 1901?
2017 marks the 75th anniversary of our partnership with labor organizations. Check out our blog for some throwback photos and some highlights from over the years!
Today is Alexis de Tocqueville’s 212th birthday! Read our special blog post for a little history behind our Tocqueville Society!
Do you remember the 1996 Olympic Torch Run? Did you come out to see the Olympic flame passed through your town? Were you a “torchbearer” yourself? Tell us what you remember! Or take a run down memory lane in our most recent blog post…
In the spirit of National Poetry Month, we’d like to share something we found in our historical archives. In 1919, a Buffalo poet donated a poem for us to use during campaign time.
Did you know that United Way used to host “Miss United Way” competitions in the 70s? Check out our blog for some blast-from-the-past pictures!
Happy Women’s History Month! Our first full-time Executive Director was a woman. Alice Williams was hired in 1921 and served UWBEC for over 28 years! Read more about Alice and her role in the United Way on our blog!
February is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In honor, we would like to highlight an agency that addresses domestic violence within our community. See today’s blog post for a history highlight of the Family Justice Center.