05-24-2017 · Mission United

#WhyWednesday: Terrance Coursey

As an Army veteran, Terrance Coursey knows what it’s like to transition back to civilian life – and how hard it can be to find employment. Now as a United Way of Greater Atlanta Development Officer, Terrance can tie his career to…

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A Look Back at Shoebox Project 2017

05-23-2017

A Look Back at Shoebox Project 2017

By: Rennard Westley   In the hustle and bustle that is Volunteerism at United Way of Greater Atlanta, we have the privilege of interfacing with all sorts of stakeholders. We work directly with volunteers, nonprofit agencies, corporations, and, most importantly, with the…

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Mother’s Day Every Day

05-22-2017

Mother’s Day Every Day

Every day is Mother's Day for United Way of Greater Atlanta's Women of Cole. The Women of Cole drive their daily efforts to support Clayton County Board of Public Health’s M.O.M.S. (Making Our Moms Successful) program. Through volunteer and philanthropic support, they…

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VIP Spring 2017 Graduates

05-17-2017 · Volunteer Involvement Program

VIP Spring 2017 Graduates

Congratulations to the 2017 Spring VIP Training Program Graduates! We look forward to hearing about your future successes in board appointments.   2017 Spring Training Session (Mondays) [row] [column md="4"] Kinda Abdus-Saboor Lecturer Georgia State University - College of Law   Shereen…

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05-17-2017 · Youth United

#WhyWednesday:
Kendall Robinson

You can be a community champion at any age! Today’s #WhyWednesday inspiration comes from Kendall Robinson, high school student, charter Youth United board member and founder of the local nonprofit Love Rolls. Hear why Kendall is passionate about serving Greater Atlanta:  …

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