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United Way affiliates nationwide are collaborating with local organizations to affect positive change in their communities. At UWMC, we’re excited about the potential this collaborative business model has for Monterey County.

In 2008, the Tri-State region of Northern Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio was facing both high unemployment and a skills gap which left many of the available positions that did exist unfilled. It just made sense to work within...

Posted: Thursday, March 19, 2015

With the Aspirations Surveys and Community Conversations for Monterey County closed Impact Monterey County is in the process of analyzing the data that has been collected. There have been questions in the community about when the final report will be coming out. With a recent presentation to the IMC Steering...

Posted: Monday, February 02, 2015
Want to learn more about homelessness on the Central Coast?  Want to help bring funding into our community to tackle issues that cause homelessness? 
Posted: Friday, January 09, 2015

Thanks to everyone that has so generously donated school supplies for Stuff the Bus 2014!  This is the Final Week for donations. If you still have school supplies to give...

Posted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
On Thursday, June 26th, the 4th Annual Stuff the Bus school supply drive was officially launched. It was a sunny day at Sherwood Elementary School in Salinas.  Various program partners and participants were in attendance. They enthusiastically listened to guest speakers share stories about how the...
Posted: Thursday, July 10, 2014

What if there are organizations that are doing good work for their communities? How do they know if their work is really making a difference? Do they even have the same tools to measure their impact? It’s important that these organizations have shared measurement. Shared Measurement means that organizations are measuring the same things and in the same way. So, why is shared measurement so important? Shared Measurement is important for...

Posted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

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