Thanks to Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund, 21 agencies have received nearly $1.6 million to assist with disaster-relief resources as of Nov. 6, 2017. More grants are pending. For timely updates, visit the Relief Fund reporting webpage. One of the grantees, Salvation Army Northeast Florida Area Command, received $100,000 in order to provide Hurricane Irma victims shelter and temporary housing; food, water and clothing resources; and home stabilization services, such as debris removal. A Read more […]
Savannah Wofford, communications student from University of North Florida, interned with United Way’s marketing department fall 2017. Checkout some of her highlights from her experience.
While Carol Demarco carries on her own personal mission to teach the public about credit issues, she is using her financial sense to ensure Northeast Florida nonprofits are able to do the good that is needed.
Aleman is determined for life be different for the children and young people she meets who may or may not have a disability. Because of her efforts, Aleman received this year’s United Way of Northeast Florida’s Sherwood H. Smith Award winner for advocacy.
Judy Hicks vividly remembers the first time she walked around Hillside Cottage, one of the residential houses at Daniel Memorial. That was 15 years ago. Ever since, Hicks has been a tireless volunteer and fundraiser for the children Daniel serves.
Thanks to Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund, 15 agencies have received nearly $1.3 million to assist with disaster-relief resources as of Oct. 13, 2017.
Shelby Babson became inspired to volunteer while taking a college class on focused on children. After researching various opportunities, she landed on Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida.
More than 300 guests packed into WJCT Studios Monday to learn how United Way of Northeast Florida and its partners work together for community change.
On the heels of what is estimated to be the most destructive natural disaster to hit Northeast Florida in more than a century, over $2 million has been pledged to Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund to support immediate and long-term relief and recovery efforts.
Northeast Florida’s largest funders once again are prepared to manage Florida’s First Coast Relief Fund to assist organizations helping those in Northeast Florida affected by Hurricane Irma.