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Formerly known as ARISE2Read, The Read Team is now a new program of United Way of West Tennessee. The need for additional learning opportunities has signiﬁcantly increased over the past year. Aligning the programming within United Way will expand the opportunity for a greater number of students to participate with The Read Team and experience literacy improvement.
United Way of West Tennessee and Weakley County will be hosting a Virtual Silent Auction and several major giveaways toward the end of March for the annual LIVE UNITED Weakley County fundraiser. All donations will benefit Weakley County Local Partner Agencies.
United Way of West Tennessee’s Women’s Leadership Council is thrilled to announce the eighth annual First Ladies’ Luncheon, United Way’s largest fundraising event. To ensure the safety of each guest during the COVID-19 pandemic, the luncheon will take place at the Jackson Fairgrounds Outdoor Pavilion on April 8th at 12pm.
Because of our donors, we continue to advocate for equity through Uniting agencies in ways that improve each person’s access to health, education, and financial stability. But, in order to continue building our impact we need your help. So, to ensure you can easily support the causes you are passionate about, we have transitioned to a new giving platform called Harness – an innovative fundraising tool specifically geared toward nonprofits. We are excited about this new feature because it enhances the donor experience by providing you with a more efficient way to donate!
Mark your calendars for Giving Tuesday on December 1, the biggest global day of generosity of the year, as organizations from across the world will witness millions of people rallying to support causes they care about!
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.
United Way of West Tennessee and the West Tennessee Healthcare Foundation are working to fill the gap for displaced workers who do not qualify for traditional unemployment benefits.
Christmas Partners will soon be accepting applications for holiday assistance.
United Way Selects Matthew Marshall as New CEO after Two-Month Search
Search this site to find feeding programs for kids while school is out this summer.
Learn why we partner with programs that provide communal meals or home delivered meals to seniors in need.
Hundreds of West Tennesseans dined Thursday at Jackson Fairgrounds Park at the First Ladies’ Luncheon, raising money for an important cause.
Turns out, helping others can actually help you live longer. You heard that right: the key to a long and fruitful life might exist in what you give, not in what you get.