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.
As our community keeps an eye on Irma, we wish you, your family and teams a safe weekend as we prepare for the worst and hope for the best through the storm.
Not only did Success By 6 help the family financially, Jimmy received high-quality early learning, which is essential for success later in life.
Hope and her family are just one example of the thousands of lives changed by Full Service Schools every year.
Molly is cancer free and alive today thanks to United-Way-funded We Care and its dedicated network of physicians.
Young enjoys helping people understand numbers, and now in retirement, she’s found a new niche – volunteering with United Way of Northeast Florida’s RealSense financial-stability initiative as a volunteer tax preparer and financial educator.
Whether teaching a class at the local library or helping others transition back into society after serving time in prison, Atwood loves to help people through United Way’s RealSense.
Stuff the Bus, in partnership with First Coast News, collected more than 37,500 school supplies to benefit Full Service Schools and Achievers For Life, two initiatives led by United Way and several of it’s funded partners.
For the last five years, Whiteside-Lemon has spent tax season helping individuals and families make sense of the numbers on their tax returns.