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United Way Announces Successful Parenting Initiative Grant Opportunity

Terre Haute, IN – To support new parents, United Way’s Success By 6 Impact Council is introducing the Successful Parenting Initiative. The goal of the new grant opportunity is to connect parents to community resources that will help them gain the knowledge and skills they need to promote the optimal early development, learning and health […]

United Way Awards “Learn to Earn” Grant

The United Way of the Wabash Valley Job Skills Impact Council has awarded $41,500 to an organization dedicated to helping area workers in developing crucial job skills. Stable, living-wage employment is essential for helping struggling families improve their economic circumstances. At a time when employers report having job opportunities available, one may easily assume that […]

United Way Announces Financial Management Education Grant Opportunity

Terre Haute, IN – United Way of the Wabash Valley (UWWV) announced a new grant opportunity made available by their Financial Management Impact Council to educate our communities about financial management and to break the cycle of generational poverty. The UWWV supports financial coaching and income management throughout the six-county service area: Clay, Parke, Sullivan, […]

United Way Awards Grants to Organizations to Enhance Education About Substance Use Disorders

The United Way of the Wabash Valley’s Substance Use Disorder Impact Council has awarded $24,000 to organizations to help educate our communities about substance use disorders and reduce stigma and the associated negative attitudes and behavior around them. These grant awards will help support creative, innovative initiatives that increase awareness and knowledge about substance use […]

United Way’s Strong Neighborhoods Council Awards Over $40,000 in Neighborhood Improvement Mini-Grants to the Community

Terre Haute, IN – The United Way of the Wabash Valley’s Strong Neighborhoods Council is awarding $40,000 in funding for Neighborhood Improvement Project mini-grants across the community.  This is the fourth round of this community investment for the council whose goal is to create a positive impact for struggling families in the Wabash Valley by […]

DOBBS PARK STORYWALK KICKS OFF THE SPRING WEATHER WITH THEIR WALK IMPROVEMENTS AND NEW FACEBOOK PAGE

Last year The Mothering As a Career Club, or MACC, revealed its completed project of updating the Dobbs Park Story Walk. United Way of the Wabash Valley was able to offer help with improvements through the Strong Neighborhoods Mini-Grant. The StoryWalk is a trail that wanders through the woods and allows children to read a […]

$10,000 Giveaway Winner, Lisa Hendrickson!

This fall when the United Way kicked-off their annual Resource Drive, they announced that they would once again be giving an incentive to help raise funds for their work towards their goal of creating pathways to prosperity for families and communities.  This incentive was a recurring theme from last year and was to give a […]

United Way of the Wabash Valley Awarded Up to $2.73 Million for Sullivan County Tornado Relief

United Way of the Wabash Valley will receive up to $2.73MM to help support the relief efforts in Sullivan, Indiana, after the devastation from the March 31st tornado.  The funding was made possible through United Way of the Wabash Valley’s membership with Indiana United Ways, the state professional association for 42 of Indiana’s 44 United […]

UWWV Job Skills Council Announces “Learn to Earn” Grant Opportunity

United Way of the Wabash Valley announced a new grant opportunity made available by their Job Skills Impact Council to help address job skills challenges in the Wabash Valley.  Stable, living-wage employment is essential for helping struggling families improve their economic circumstances. At a time when employers report having job opportunities available, one may easily […]

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