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#WhyWednesday: Ellie Munson

01-09-2019 · Youth United

#WhyWednesday: Ellie Munson

#WhyWednesday: Ellie Munson

Ellie Munson knows that she won the birth lottery — and she’s taking a leadership role in her community to help other children have the same opportunities she benefitted from and to improve equity in education.

What’s the birth lottery? Let this Youth United of Greater Atlanta board member break it down for you.

Whether you’re passionate about improving education, health, financial stability, access to housing or filling basic needs for our community, United Way of Greater Atlanta has a way for you to get involved! Ready to get started? Start by learning more about our Child Well-Being Movement, and sign up to volunteer!

#WhyWednesday: Mohamed Hashim

10-17-2018 · Youth United

#WhyWednesday: Mohamed Hashim

#WhyWednesday: Mohamed Hashim

Meet Mohamed Hashim, North Atlanta High School senior and Youth United of Atlanta board member! Mohamed believes that educational opportunity is the best avenue through which to improve our communities and to ensure that everyone can thrive. Today, listen to why he serves his community and is passionate about improving access to quality education.

What cause drives you to give, advocate and volunteer? Tell us why you Live United. Share Your Why with United Way of Greater Atlanta!

Introducing the 2018-19 Youth United Board!

09-10-2018 · Youth United

Introducing the 2018-19 Youth United Board!

We are excited to announce that after a highly competitive selection process, we’re ready to roll with this year’s new Youth United board! These 16 students are here to lead the student service movement in Atlanta. They’ll be doing intensive trainings and putting…

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Youth United Alumni: Roman Bacchetta

08-20-2018 · Youth United

Youth United Alumni: Roman Bacchetta

"My name is Roman Bacchetta, and I’m a sophomore at Vanderbilt University. From volunteer to board member to intern, it’s been quite a journey for me with United Way. Two years ago, I applied to become a member of the inaugural Youth…

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