The United Way of North Central Massachusetts, Mount Wachusett Community College and Ashoka's Youth Venture joined in a collaborative partnership to implement a program called United Way Youth Venture, which is empowering young people.
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Dolly Parton Imagination Library
Learn more about our exciting new initiative, Reading First, which provides - through Dolly Parton Imagination Library - a new, FREE, age-appropriate, hardcover book each month to children in Fitchburg, Leominster, Gardner, Templeton and Winchendon. To learn more about this program or how this exciting initiative is made possible by our sponsors, click here.
United Way News
Volunteers package 25,000 meals for local pantries
By Alana Melanson, email@example.com
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Help us help more families
You can turn $100K into $200K
The stubbornly high unemployment rate in our region is creating an unprecedented demand for basic needs, food and utility assistance. United Way of North Central Massachusetts received a very special $100,000 gift from a generous donor to put to use immediately.
With your help, the goal is to raise another $100,000, which will allow us to provide food and utility assistance to thousands of additional families in need.
Here is how you can help:
Any new or increased individual giving to United Way’s Community Impact Fund will help go toward the $100,000 goal.
Any new or increased corporate giving to United Way’s Community Impact Fund will go toward the $100,000 goal.