As the central hub within the nonprofit sector in West Tennessee, we unite people in ways that improve each person’s access to health, education, and financial stability.
United Way of West Tennessee is hosting a drive from Sept. 14 through Sept. 25. and is accepting gently used devices for students in school districts around West Tennessee who lack access to virtual classrooms.
As the community seeks further unity and effective change, United Way of West Tennessee and the Jackson Chamber have partnered together to host the "Be the Change" Outdoor Film Series on Equity and Justice each Saturday evening from July 11-August 1.
My name is Tiffany. I became a drug addict at the age of 12. My drug addiction led me to leave my husband and kids and enter the life of prostitution. But thankfully, I met the director of the Scarlet Rope Project in the Madison County jail. Scarlet Rope provided everything I needed to heal and grow. I am currently employed, have my kids back in my life, and have friends that want me around. I see people all the time that don't even recognize me, and that's the proof that I've been redeemed. Because of United Way's support, the Scarlet Rope Project saved my life.
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