PARENT. CHILD. HOME.

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Two years ago, Ma worried that her daughter, Ariya, wasn't developing the skills she'd need to be successful in school. Ariya was extremely shy and showed little interest in books or toys. Ma and Ariya enrolled in United Way's Parent-Child Home Program. Twice a week, Ma and Ariya work with...

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HOUSING FIRST

Chi-Race

Chi-Race had to choose between paying rent and paying for food. As a single mother without a strong support network, it became increasingly difficult to make ends meet. She moved in with her parents when a major disagreement changed her life. Soon she and her children were bouncing between...

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GOLDEN YEARS

Olivia

Olivia discovered her independence was at risk by accident. Olivia loves volunteering in her community, playing with her grandchildren and giving back to the community. After years of independence, Olivia was shocked to find herself in the middle of a mystery. One afternoon, she was walking around her apartment,...

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SCHOOLS OF HOPE

Robert

As Robert's grades slipped, so did his chances for a successful future.
When it came to academics, Robert, an eighth grader at Toki Middle School, was detached and disengaged. Over time, his teacher became concerned about the effect his outlook would have on developing critical life skills.

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HealthConnect

HealthConnect

HealthConnect, a United Way of Dane County program, will pay your cost of insurance if you choose a Silver Level plan. You may be eligible for financial help to purchase insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Click here to learn more and apply.

2013 ANNUAL REPORT

2013 Annual Report

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2014 Community Volunteer Awards

2014 Community Volunteer Awards

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