Kathleen’s Story: Learning Independence

Kathleen Terry

Kathleen Terry bears a tattoo on her left forearm that reminds her of who she

Volunteers Needed: United Against Hunger to Pack 50,000 Meal Kits

United Against Hunger

  Hunger is a reality for thousands of people in our region. On Oct. 16

Book Drive Delivers Gift of Reading

The first-ever United Way Children’s Book Drive brought in more than 9,000 new and gently

Nurse-Family Partnership Offers Support to First-Time Mothers

Tawana and Tatiana Moss

Tawana Moss never expected to be a mother. Told they could never have children, she

Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month

Kickoff Fiesta

Editor’s note: In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we welcome this guest blog by

Marion’s Story: Making a Change

Marion

Watching Marion play basketball, talk about his favorite foods or joke around with friends, it’s