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United Way Suncoast uses the famed fleur-de-lis to symbolize its Tocqueville Society group of donors. History tells us the fleur-de-lis represents faith,

The Pinellas County School Board approved a motion on Feb. 22 to extend the school district’s partnership with United Way Suncoast so

Every effort held meaning to the organizations. Every volunteer gave time without complaint. Every heart swelled with pride over the collaborative effort.

The climax of the COVID-19 pandemic appears to have subsided, but the pandemic continues to exact a toll on area nonprofits according

Power of Partnerships

By Jessica Muroff, CEO, United Way Suncoast Just over a decade ago, I made the transition from the for-profit sector and active

   A new housing crisis study by the United Way Suncoast Data Team reveals that 1 in 2 families in Hillsborough, Pinellas,

As we consider renewing the 1-mill tax referendum to support the Sarasota County School District, it’s important to realize it serves more than just

Muroff’s Memo: From A Cryptic Email To A Reason To RISE – United Way Suncoast Editor’s note: Today we introduce a new

Giving back to his community is nothing new for Daniel Erickson. In fact, his history of serving others and connection to United

  On December 3, Young Leaders and Women United members volunteered at Easterseals SouthWest Florida, assisting with outside beautification projects. Attendees also

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