As we continue to celebrate 100 years of "Creating Possibilities Together", United Way of Pierce County invited the community to attend Together for ALICE: From Surviving to Thriving, Thursday, March 10 from 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm.
If you were unable to attend the event, you may watch the recording here
This was a virtual, town-hall event, and there was no charge to attend. Dona Ponepinto, President and CEO of United Way of Pierce County and Jim Cooper, President and CEO of United Ways of the Pacific Northwest, shared the ALICE report. Learn more about ALICE. Access the ALICE data here: https://www.unitedforalice.org/state-overview/Washington You can find the Together for ALICE Speaker Bios here: https://www.uwpc.org/sites/uwpc/files/Together_for_ALICE_Speaker_Bios.pdf For recent results of our work from our staff and partners, read our Annual Report to the Community here: https://www.uwpc.org/financial-information We ask for your support to tackle poverty together. Please consider donating to help move more ALICE families into self-sufficiency here: https://ssl.charityweb.net/uwpc/ We also heard stories of hope from J'nai Starks, Tamorro Farrell and Markiss A. Cooper. Thank you to these wonderful individuals for sharing their stories! Finally, attendees learned how, collectively, our communities thrive when we are all together for ALICE. Need help? Dial 211 https://www.uwpc.org/get-help-now-dial-211 https://www.uwpc.org