United Way of North Central Massachusetts announced that 46 health and human service programs will receive funding from their Community Impact Fund. "These initiatives we are investing in are the building blocks for a better life - education, income, health and safety net services," commented Steve Stone, chair of the board of directors of the United Way of North Central Massachusetts.
For Immediate Release (August 01, 2009) - Celebrating the 14th Annual Day of Caring September 10th, United Way volunteers will help nonprofit agencies stock kitchen pantries, paint, clean, landscape and read to children. "The Day of Caring is about the community working together to create a brighter future," noted Rich Palmer, executive director of Montachusett Regional YMCA and chair of United Way's Day of Caring. "Thanks to the support of all our sponsors and volunteers, it is amazing the number of important projects we can tackle in one day."