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United Way of Hampshire County 2014 Campaign Video Community Partners featured: Under Five Thrive; Highland Valley Elder Services; Amherst Survival Center


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Job Posting

Data & Administrative Specialist
The United Way of Hampshire County seeks a new team member to coordinate data, administrative and fundraising support systems.
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Pulse of the Community
UWHC’s Jim Ayres featured in Northampton Chamber video
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UWHC announces $900,000 in grants to improve economic security
April 30, 2014
Daily Hampshire Gazette

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UWHC to give $900,000 to 13 programs
April 30, 2014
masslive.com, The Republican

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Blurring donor-recipient lines for a more cohesive community
February 2014
Preview Massachusetts

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United Way of Hampshire County kicks off fundraising 2014 campaign
September 24, 2013
masslive.com, The Republican

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United Way kicks off annual fundraising campaign
September 24, 2013
Daily Hampshire Gazette

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United Way Kicks Off 2014 Fundraising Campaign
September 24, 2013
ABC 40/FOX 6, WGGB

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United Way begins fundraising campaign
September 24, 2013
22 NEWS, WLLP

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United Way of Hampshire County aims for higher goal for 2014 campaign
September 20, 2013
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The United Way of Hampshire County is about advancing the common good. It is about sustaining and strengthening a network of local agencies prepared to respond to our neighbors in need.


Give now to UWHC!
Your donation, combined with those of thousands more, allows the United Way to invest in opportunities that create a better life for all.

We focus campaign investments in three areas that offer some of the basic building blocks for a good life—a good start for children and youth, health and safety for all and resources that promote economic security. And, as the lives of those in need improve, our entire community benefits.




How do you get there?

Do you drive a car or ride the bus to go to the hospital?
Visit the doctor?

Help us learn more about health-related transportation in our communities by taking this short survey. “Getting To Healthy” is one of many ways UWHC works to ensure that everyone has an opportunity for a healthier lifestyle. This survey is part of a collaboration with Cooley Dickinson Health Care and the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission. Click here to take the survey.



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Children/Youth—Positively improving the physical, social, emotional and intellectual lives of children and youth. Your support means giving a voice to an abused child in the courtroom, offering a low-income child the joy of summer camp or allowing a youth-at-risk to spend an afternoon with a trusted role model.


Health/Safety—Advocating for the physical and mental well-being for all. Your support means refuge from violence for a mother and her children, getting people back on their feet after a disaster or making visible those often overlooked.


Economic Security—Meeting basic needs that no one should be without—food, shelter and support. Your support means putting food on the table of a working family, shelter for a night or a lifetime, or a helping hand to navigate the day-to-day complexities of life.


LIVE UNITED 365 Community Campaign 2014

July 2013–June 2014
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In times of change and uncertainty there is a constant: the generosity of our local community.

Thanks to all of 2014 Pacesetters for taking the lead and inspiring others to create positive change.