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|House of Hope helps transform lives|
|Monday, December 9, 2013|
Two United Way-funded programs are transforming lives in our community by helping individuals through recovery from alcohol and drug abuse.
|United Way's impact goes beyond basic needs|
|Monday, December 2, 2013|
While one major goal of the United Way of Madison County is to prevent families from falling into crisis, another is to meet the basic needs of people already experiencing hard times.
|The Ballerina Spa - A United Way Special Event Featuring Born Learning|
|Friday, November 29, 2013|
NEW THIS YEAR! A special event on Friday, December 20 that let's your little girl be transformed into a ballerina princess while taking part in fun educational activities from United Way's Born Learning.
|United Way of Madison County Invites You to Join the National #GivingTuesday Movement|
|Tuesday, November 26, 2013|
On December 3, 2013, United Way Madison County is joining #GivingTuesday to inspire people to take action to improve their communities and give back to help create a better world for everyone.
|Volunteering is key to moving forward for Julie B. after recent job loss|
|Tuesday, November 19, 2013|
The Hardest Hit program offers job training, education and volunteering as a way to earn mortgage assistance while working toward new employment.
|Whole community benefits through RSVP volunteers|
|Monday, November 18, 2013|
Tapping into this population, RSVP (a 55+ volunteer program) allows the United Way of Madison County to match experienced men and women with jobs in the community that need to be accomplished.
|United Way funds transportation program through JobSource|
|Tuesday, November 12, 2013|
Obtaining reliable transportation is difficult for low-income families and raising income through gainful employment is difficult without reliable transportation. In an effort to address this catch-22, the United Way of Madison County has funded a new program through JobSource called Moving Madison County.
|Operation Weatherization helps local in-need get ready for winter|
|Monday, November 4, 2013|
Crews from the United Way were all over Madison County for the seventh year of Operation Weatherization. The program sends volunteers to low income families to help weatherize homes for winter.
|United Way moves open grant cycle to 2014|
|Thursday, October 31, 2013|
United Way of Madison County has approved suspension of an open grant cycle until 2014 to allow for review and renewal of current programs, and to assess the capacity of the organization to expand the level of program funding upon completion of the fall fund raising campaign
|United Way Announces Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program Funding Award for Madison County|
|Friday, October 25, 2013|
Madison County organizations will receive $63,459.00 in federal funds appropriated by Congress under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program from the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Applications are due Monday, November 4 by 5:00 pm to the United Way.