The United Way of the Wabash Valley has awarded over $9,000 through its latest cycle of open grants supporting early childhood literacy projects. Success By 6, an impact council of the United Way, mobilizes community resources to ensure that young children are provided with nurturing learning environments during the critical development years of birth

The United Way of the Wabash Valley’s work is focusing on ALICE, or the struggling working families, in our community.  ALICE is an acronym that stands for Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed, and represents those that fall above the federal poverty line but still don’t earn enough to make ends meet.  The work will focus

ANNOUNCES LUNCH & LEARN SESSIONS NOV. 9 & 15 The United Way of the Wabash Valley will be holding two Lunch & Learn sessions regarding the execution of its new funding model.  This new collective impact model will address United Way’s new bold goal of moving 10,000 families out of financial struggles and into stability

In the development of the United Way of the Wabash Valley’s new strategic plan, a common issue that was brought up by the community and business leaders was the access and affordability of high-quality child care.  This issue is vital for both the employers looking to attract and retain workers and parents looking to provide for

United Way of the Wabash Valley’s Success By 6 initiative is offering early childhood literacy project grants to local educators and organizations.  The goal of the Success By 6 Grant Program for Early Childhood Literacy Projects is to provide funding to early childhood educators, child care providers, and/or early childhood focused community organizations for the

CLAY COUNTY POWER OF THE COMMUNITY EVENT TO BENEFIT THE UNITED WAY’S SUCCESS BY 6 Education is the foundation of individual and community success.  Our children are our best investment for our future, creating long-lasting change for generations to come.  The upcoming Power of the Community event will benefit the United Way of the Wabash

RAISING FUNDS TOWARD A BOLD COMMUNITY GOAL TO MOVE 10,000 HOUSEHOLDS TO FINANCIAL STABILITY Terre Haute, IN – The United Way of the Wabash Valley kicked off its 2018 Annual Community Resource Drive on August 2nd at the Salvation Army.  The Kickoff marks the start of United Way’s annual effort to spread awareness of our

By: Richard Payonk, United Way of the Wabash Valley Executive Director Since I retired from the for-profit business world and began full-time with our United Way, I am often asked for my opinion on what the Wabash Valley needs to become a vibrant, destination community.  You know, one of those “best places to live” in

United Way of the Wabash Valley has partnered with Maryland Community Church to  create a new volunteering event, Serve the Valley to rally hundreds of volunteers throughout the community on July 27th and 28th.  This partnership was created to work to mobilize the caring power of volunteers to make a meaningful impact in the place