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mstith Posted at: 11-17-2015- 3:03 pm

United Way is not legally set up to provide direct services to individuals but we are committed to serving the hundreds of community members who reach out to us needing assistance each year. We refer people to our funded partners and other community resources who specialize in working with clients and can more efficiently provide this service. Unfortunately UWCK only has funds available to meet...

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mstith Posted at: 11-09-2015- 2:19 pm

In order to keep our administrative costs as low as possible, we do not maintain separate offices and staff members in each of our five counties, which include Hardin, Breckinridge, Grayson, LaRue, and Meade.  However, we are proud that our team frequently works remotely to stay connected to local needs and are exploring the possibilities of establishing scheduled “office hours...

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mstith Posted at: 11-03-2015- 2:01 pm

As members of the United Way of Central Kentucky team, it is our privilege to serve others and help our community attain the great things we aspire to achieve. Now that UWCK has become much more than just a fundraising organization, we have a more comprehensive approach to driving change which involves directly managing programs and initiatives.

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mstith Posted at: 10-27-2015- 4:21 pm

UWCK is proud to offer our investors the flexibility to direct their donations to the issues that are most important to them.  Donors have the option of giving to any of our 35 funded programs or 25 partner agencies, a county served by a United Way, or any of our Education, Financial Stability, Health, or Basic Needs Impact Areas.

How has this process changed from the past?

As part of our commitment to transitioning from...

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mstith Posted at: 10-20-2015- 11:18 am

Like most organizations, we are challenged to meet the needs of our community by effectively driving change with limited resources. By investing strategically in a streamlined set of priorities that align with our community’s goals and through focusing more deeply on fewer issue areas, we aim to make a...

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mstith Posted at: 10-16-2015- 10:47 am

United Way of Central Kentucky & Meade County Schools Partner to Improve Career Readiness

This school year 8th graders at Stuart Pepper Middle School will receive a hands-on approach to learning that will prepare them for success in their future careers through a collaboration between Meade County Schools and United Way of Central Kentucky.

Starting September 15, 2015, approximately 130 SPMS...

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