COVID 19, housing issues, inflation, early learning shortcomings, Hurricane Ian. We’ve experienced wave after wave of challenges during these difficult times. However, the transformative philanthropy of MacKenzie Scott has enabled
TALLAHASSEE — United Way Suncoast vice president Doug Griesenauer stood during a presentation at United Way of Florida’s Capital Days on Wednesday and posed a question to Meredith Ivey, the
TAMPA – More than 350 people gathered Tuesday at Armature Works to celebrate United Way Suncoast and champion the theme of its breakfast, R.I.S.E. And Shine. R.I.S.E. speaks to United
United Way Suncoast will continue its mid- and long-term recovery efforts in the region with the help of a recent $869,000 disbursement from the United Way of Florida Disaster Fund.
Madea’s Loving Hands Childcare prides itself on providing a caring environment for children in Arcadia. But it’s the eyes, not the hands, of owner Sabrina Humphrey that recently left an
The Pinellas County School Board approved a motion on Feb. 22 to extend the school district’s partnership with United Way Suncoast so it can add Evara Health to its list
The United Way Suncoast announced a $3 million commitment to ramp up efforts helping families impacted by the ongoing eviction crisis – a crisis compounded by skyrocketing rents and a