United Way invites you to Live United!
Building Blocks For A Good Life and Strong Community…
United Way is working to improve lives and strengthen ourcommunity by focusing on Education, Income and Health.
Education: Helping children and youth achievetheir potential through education.
Income: Helping families become financially stableand independent.
Health: Improving people’s health andconnection to their community.
How Can You Live United?
Give: It takes both time and money to make asignificant difference in communities across America. For nearly120 years, United Way has been the leader in raising bothindividual and corporate investments that are, in turn, used tomake a difference in people's lives.
Advocate: Anyone can champion the cause. Whetheryou’re speaking out to improve education, income and health,reaching out to members of Congress, or wearing the LIVE UNITEDshirt to show your support, you can help inspire hope and createopportunities for a better tomorrow.
Volunteer: Every day, ordinary people areaccomplishing extraordinary things by volunteering. You do not haveto have super-human talents to get involved in your community. Fromreading to children to leading financial literacy classes forhard-working families, to delivering meals to home-bound seniorsthere are hundreds of volunteer options around you.
To learn more about United Way and how you can Live Unitedvisit: www.uwgnh.org
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