Starting Small: A Guide to Giving to Charity and Making a Difference

The Power and Promise of Women United

Summer job gives youth experience for the future

10 Ways to Boost your United Way campaign by 10 percent

4 ways to give back when you retire

211 Iowa coalition launches free 211 app

United Way announces progress toward Goals for 2020

Central Iowa partnership launches Housing Interpretation Hotline

Suku Radia selected to help major giving strategy

Mirrors and windows: How kids see the world through books

How you can improve mental health in central Iowa

11 ways you can fight poverty in central Iowa

10 New Year's Resolutions to Make Central Iowa a Better Home for All

More central Iowans are financially self-sufficient

Best Charitable Gifts to Make in 2018

Give back with books this holiday season

Nora Everett honored with Tocqueville Award

5 Ways to Improve Health in Your Community

How Does Giving to United Way Benefit You?

READ to SUCCEED makes gains in student achievement in two years

Sweet 16 years of impacting young children in central Iowa

Farmers' Market program increases access to healthy foods

$1.5 million grant will support individuals returning from prison

United Way welcomes five board members

Opportunities to grow retail industry workforce in central Iowa

10 facts you should know about poverty in central Iowa

Central Iowa’s graduation rate increases to all-time high

Why hire someone with a criminal record?

Stephanie Chin named Community Impact Officer of Income

What is poverty in Des Moines and across the region?

Healthy choices count for kids and families

Give where you live on #GivingTuesday

Holiday Volunteer Opportunities: 5 Ways to Give as a Family

3 Youth Career Readiness Programs in Des Moines

United Way of Central Iowa earns top rating from Charity Navigator

Donate food for families in need during the holidays

Central Iowa students need to see many paths to success

Remarkable reading results for 4-year-olds

The Food Issue No One Talks About

Tom Mahoney honored with prestigious Tocqueville Award

UWCI Commends Future Ready Iowa Policy Recommendations

Central Iowa Works to advance retail careers with grant

5 Ways to Welcome Refugees to Central Iowa

National expert to discuss central Iowa's health

The numbers behind central Iowa's health

What Life is Like After Prison

Day of Action unites 4,500 community volunteers

2017 Graduation Walk reaches 2,000 students and families

Day of Action to engage 4,500 volunteers in central Iowa

10 Ways to Throw an Unforgettable Campaign Event

Live Local, Give Local

Meet the 2017 United Way Campaign Loaned Executives

4 Steps to Transforming Our Community

4 Reasons to Join United Way's LINC

4 Ways United Way Supports Middle School Students

Central Iowa's most generous donors

8 Issues We Fought for in 2017

Renée Miller named Chief Community Impact Officer

United Way Board of Directors Welcomes Six New Members

Johnson Named OpportUNITY Program Director

The sun shines on Literacy Solstice

Make Reading Together Part of Your Summer Fun

Des Moines receives All-America City Award for education work

Exercise Equipment at Park Promotes Community Health

Summer Food Service Program Kicks Off in Des Moines

Bridges to Success Celebrates 80 Students at Graduation

Vision to Learn Provides Glasses to Students to Improve Learning

This Is How Central Iowa Lives UNITED

LIVE UNITED celebrates community impact and presents awards

Students make gains in reading through Read to Succeed

4 Reasons to Step Up Your Volunteering

Governor Branstad signs bill expanding pathways for high school equivalency diploma

5 Things You Need to Know About Affordable Housing

Stuff the Bus with books for kids

United Way of Central Iowa announces leadership transition

United Way Welcomes New Chair's Group Companies

Turn Spring Break into a Give-Back Week

5-2-1-0 Builds Healthy Habits with Kids

Central Iowa outpaces nation in improving well-being

United Way and Bankers Trust Celebrate 100 Years in Central Iowa

United Way Celebrates 100-Year Partnership with Principal

3 Tips for Contacting Your Legislator

LIVE UNITED Award Nominations Open

100 Moments from United Way's 100 Years

United Way's 100th Year Celebration Recognizes Community Impact

Youth Career Readiness Programs Address Poverty in Central Iowa

6 Ways to Straighten Out Your Finances in 2017

5 Reasons to Get Your High School Equivalency & How to Do It

3 Steps to Free Professional Tax Preparation

Join us in advocating for central Iowans

Sarah Welch Joins UWCI Strategic Communications Team

Pilot program examines whether access to public transit improves school attendance

United Way of Central Iowa Appoints New Advocacy Officer

Give Back with Books

Bring HOPE to a family in need this holiday season!

United Way of Central Iowa Receives Largest Grant in 100-Year History

5 Reasons You Should Give to United Way of Central Iowa

Holiday Helping Hand

2-1-1 Celebrates I&R Day

2016 Tocqueville Society Award: Lynn Graves

5 Myths About Missing School

10 Steps to a Community Garden

Child Care Q&A: Why Providers Need an Assist

Stacking the Deck Against ACEs

You Say Potato: The Telligen Giving Garden

11 Things You Need to Know About Refugees in Iowa

Day of Action

A Refuge for New Iowans

Walking Toward the Future

Meet the 2016 Loaned Executives

Buddy Up with a 4-Year-Old

Hunger Doesn't Take a Vacation

Solheim Cup benefits READ to SUCCEED

5-2-1-0

Volunteer for Graduation Walk

Bridges to Success

Pack a Protein Picnic

Storybook Success

Power Lunch ROCKS!

Central Iowa’s Longest Day: Literacy Solstice

Leadership Circle

Literacy Solstice: 1,200 volunteers on the longest day of the year

Reversing Summer Learning Loss in Central Iowa

2016 Advocacy Scorecard

Spring into Health: Giving Gardens

The Principal Charity Classic: it's "Fore" our Kids

Stamp Out Hunger

Stuff the Bus book drive collects 40,000 children's books

READ to SUCCEED!

Creating prosperity for all

Money Smart Week

Destination Graduation

Celebrating National Volunteer Week

The new Medicaid: collaborating to ensure access to care

Community Gardens: Feed the hungry in central Iowa

United Way's Deep Roots

Being a Book Buddy

Legislative Update - March 2016

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Celebrating 100 Years

Legislative Update

Helping Central Iowans Rise out of Poverty

Good Beginnings Café Offers Food Service Training

Stephanie Burrows Leads - and Reads - the Way

Commuity Schools are Working