United Way of Pierce County’s Gifts in Kind program, is partnering with Men’s Wearhouse to launch its 12th annual Suit Drive, a month-long initiative that collects gently-used professional clothing for Americans transitioning back into the workforce. Throughout the month of July, donations collected at Men’s Wearhouse stores...Read More
Check out the latest CityLine featuring Dona Ponepinto, President & CEO, United Way of Pierce County as she shares the Pitch to Ditch Poverty Challenge.
United Way is looking for innovative ideas that address family financial instability. Winning groups will receive funding to kick start winning concepts.Read More
South Sound 2-1-1, operated by United Way of Pierce County, is a free, easy-to-remember number, available in Pierce, Lewis and Thurston Counties that helps people cut through what can be a confusing and overwhelming maze of information and resources. Recently, South Sound 2-1-1 has demonstrated excellence in the information and referral...Read More
Two nonprofits will use $380,000 in grants to help veterans and other displaced workers prepare for skilled positions in manufacturing, technology
TACOMA - The Citi Foundation and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) today announced new funding through the Bridges to Career Opportunities initiative (Bridges) to help connect...Read More
Who: South Sound 2-1-1, Associated Ministries, Sound Outreach, Goodwill, AARP Foundation Tax-Aide
What: Free Tax Preparation Services
Where: 25 Locations. A complete list can be found in the attached document and in the link provided.
When: From now until to April...
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If you or a loved one has been impacted by the U.S. Government shutdown, 2-1-1 may be able to help. United Way Worldwide has provided a landing page with a list of resources and information related to common questions, as well as financial relief and support from companies and support for union or credit...Read More
Keynote Speaker Dr. Michael McAfee Urges Leaders to Take Action Toward Policy Change
United Way of Pierce County, in partnership with The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation held its second annual From Poverty to Possibilities poverty summit, which has become a keystone for community activism, considering one in three...Read More
“Earn it, Keep it, Grow it.” This is the motto at the Center for Strong Families, a United Way of Pierce County initiative that helps families elevate their economic situation through an innovative two-pronged approach. Offering both employment coaching and financial counseling, the Center for Strong Families helps its clients get a bird’s eye...Read More
Keynote Address by Dr. Michael McAffee, CEO Policy Link
Who: United Way of Pierce County and The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
Check out the latest CityLine featuring Dona Ponepinto, President & CEO, United Way of Pierce County and Tanisha Jumper, Acting Director, Media and Communications Department, City of Tacoma. This episode focuses on the important role that United Way plays in our community and how the City of Tacoma supports us in raising funds and awareness...Read More