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9.15.20
Metro United Way program helps with financial empowerment (part 1)
Metro United Way program helps with financial empowerment (part 2)
-WHAS11 Great Day Live

9.14.20
Kentuckians in Final Stretch to Complete U.S. Census Forms
-Public News Service

9.14.20
Republic Bank creates diversity position, makes hire from JCPS
-Louisville Business First

9.8.20
Yvette Gentry named interim chief of LMPD
-Louisville Business First

9.8.20
Community leaders react to new interim LMPD chief
-WAVE3

9.2.20
KFC, Yum! to spend $6M in Louisville to advance ‘equity and opportunity’
-WDRB

8.28.20
Work To Be Done 100 Years After Suffrage
-Spectrum News

8.26.20
This Week In Conversation: Unexpected Consequences Of COVID-19, featuring MUW Chief Development Officer, David Lopez
-WFPL

8.25.20
The collective power of women should not be ignored in 2020. Here’s how to lend your voice
-Courier-Journal

8.18.20
Louisville groups hosting school supply drive Aug. 22
-WHAS11

8.18.20
New Little Free Library Box dedicated
-WAVE3

8.17.20
Column: Lawmakers should lift ban on Pell grants so more colleges can work with corrections
-WAVE3

8.7.20
MUW, CUB team up to help first-time homebuyers
Will offer classes to help navigate common hurdles
-The Sentinel-News

8.3.20
After 171 years, St Joe’s prepares for its first-ever virtual picnic
WAVE3’s David Mattingly spoke with Metro United Way Chief Development Officer, David Lopez, about how MUW has adjusted during these times, including with our “Giving Tuesday Now” efforts.
-WAVE3

7.29.20
United Way, UPS announces new efforts to combat human trafficking
-WAVE3

7.29.20
United Way, UPS team up for new program to battle human trafficking
-WDRB

7.29.20
Louisville to Pilot United Way Anti-Human Trafficking Effort
-Spectrum News 1

7.29.20
UPS and Metro United Way join to fight human trafficking in Louisville and other cities
-Courier-Journal

7.28.20
Kindergarten Kickoff Will Prepare Soon-to-Be Students
-Spectrum News 1

7.23.20
Parents stressed about child care, groups push for federal support
-WTVQ

7.22.20
Market Review | A lot to love in Louisville
Vibrant culture plus business-friendly environment equals a great place to live and work
-The Lane Report

7.9.20
HCCF grant gives food pantry needed boost
-Corydon Democrat

6.28.20
Youth service organization RAK Louisville collects snack kits for kids
-WLKY

6.15.20
Metro United Way picks Louisville CEO to lead community investment efforts
-Louisville Business First

6.15.20
How To Support Racial Justice and Diversity This Week In Louisville (6/15)
-LEO Weekly

6.12.20
Groups launch Kentucky resource hub for those leaving incarceration
-The Lane Report

6.9.20
Survey: Some Kentucky child care providers will close without federal aid increase
-WDRB

6.4.20
Community donates supplies to Metro United Way for peaceful protests
-WAVE3

6.2.20
Volunteers in Louisville hit the streets to share joy amid protests
-WDRB

6.2.20
SEE IT: Louisville football players help clean downtown amid continued protests
-Courier-Journal

6.2.20
Streets of downtown Louisville cleaned after protests
-WAVE3

5.21.20
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Support for one another during the pandemic inspirational
-News and Tribune

5.20.20
MUW, community up relief effort
-The Sentinel-News

5.18.20
Metro Louisville begins accepting applications for COVID-19 Relief Fund for non-profits
-WDRB

5.18.20
Doing the right thing: Alums offer Class of 2020 advice on the value and future of a career giving back to communities, featuring Theresa Reno-Weber
-The Harvard Gazette

5.14.20
SILVER LININGS: UPS helps fund potential coronavirus breakthrough
-Louisville Business First

5.1.20
United Way makes funding available for nonprofits
-The Sentinel-News

4.29.20
COVID-19 relief grant open to non-profit agencies
-News and Tribune

4.27.20
2020 Enterprising Women: Theresa Reno-Weber
-Louisville Business First

4.21.20
Indiana coronavirus update: Clark, Floyd, Harrison counties receive $1.4 million grant
Metro United Way will receive a $1.4 million grant that will be used to support COVID-19 relief efforts by organizations in Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties. The grant is awarded by Lilly Endowment, in partnership with Indiana United Ways.
-Courier-Journal

4.17.20
Louisville leaders ask for donations as COVID-19 response fund dries up
-WAVE3

4.14.20
Fiscal Court partnering with Metro United Way for coronavirus relief fund
-The Oldham Era

4.13.20
Theresa Reno-Weber: ‘We’re a community with tremendous heart’
-Louisville Business First

4.2.20
One Louisville: COVID-19 Response fund a rare example of ‘going fast together’
-Louisville Business First

3.31.20
UofL students mobilize food delivery to senior citizens during COVID-19 outbreak
-UofL News

3.31.20
Broad coalition, including conservative groups, calls for Beshear to reduce inmate numbers
-Courier-Journal

3.29.20
Hurt by havoc of COVID-19, Kentuckiana nonprofits need help
-WDRB

3.19.20
COVID-19 relief fund created for Louisville, donors sought
-WLKY

3.19.20
Louisville mayor announces response fund for those affected by coronavirus outbreak
-WDRB

3.18.20
Louisville To Offer $1,000 Payments To Households In Need Due To Coronavirus
-WFPL

3.13.20
20 People to Know in Nonprofits: Dulce Solorio
-Louisville Business First

2.28.20
WAVE 3 Listens Live! Census Awareness Week Feb 28, 2020
-WAVE3

2.14.20
Opinion: How investing in preschool and child care will grow Kentucky’s economy. By Metro United Way President & CEO, Theresa Reno-Weber and CEO & President of GLI, Sarah Davasher-Wisdom.
-Courier-Journal

2.14.20
Make Ends Meet: Filing taxes quickly & correctly through Metro United Way’s 211
-WAVE3

2.3.20
An abandoned house was completely renovated for a homeless veteran, and his reaction to the surprise will warm your heart
-Insider

1.28.20
Homeless No More, Marine Veteran Receives Keys to New Home
-Spectrum News

1.28.20
LG&E pledges $2 million to community nonprofits in 2020
-WHAS11

1.27.20
Volunteers spend months rehabbing house for homeless Louisville veteran
-WDRB

1.20.20
More than 100 W.E.B. Dubois Academy students headed to Washington, D.C.
-WLKY

1.17.20
Championship boxer Carlos Dixon participates in day of service honoring Muhammad Ali
-WLKY

1.17.20
Muhammad Ali Center observing champ’s birthday by honoring his legacy of giving back
-WDRB

1.17.20
Hundreds give back in honor of Ali’s 78th birthday
Ali’s birthday has been coined as The Greatest Give Back
-WHAS11

1.17.20
Volunteerism embodies Muhammad Ali on his 78th birthday
-WAVE3

1.15.20
Muhammad Ali Center to host events celebrating boxer’s birthday, MLK Day
-WDRB

12.23.19
Boxes of Love prepares Christmas meals for families in need
-WAVE3

12.11.19
5 reasons why Louisville can do something about its no-school, no-work young adults
-Courier-Journal

12.7.19
Metro United Way gives the gift of warm beds to southern Indiana children in need
-WDRB

12.6.19
Southern Indiana high school students build beds for families in need
-WAVE3

12.4.19
Ali Center teams up with Metro United Way to announce ‘Greatest Give Back’ day
The yearly tradition is to honor Muhammad Ali’s birthday with a day of community service.
-WHAS11

12.4.19
Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way partner for ‘Greatest Give Back,’ a day of service in honor of Ali’s 78th birthday
-WAVE3

12.4.19
Ali Center invites public to pay tribute to Muhammad Ali through day of service
-WDRB

12.4.19
Muhammad Ali Center to honor Ali’s birthday with day of community service
On Wednesday, the Muhammad Ali Center announced a partnership with Metro United Way for the Greatest Give Back.
-WLKY

12.2.19
Louisville headstart program to put focus on staff diversity
-WLKY

12.2.19
Jefferson County’s head start programs expanding thanks to $10.1 million grant
-WDRB

11.22.19
Louisville Philanthropy Leaders See Opportunity In Changing Industry
-WFPL

11.21.19
Radio personalities living in scissor lifts for a good cause this weekend
Radio station Q103.1 FM is teaming up with local union partners and the United Way to get as many donated bicycles as they can, all for Toys for Tots.
-WAVE3

11.18.19
This Week In Conversation: The State Of Philanthropy In Louisville
-WFPL

10.18.19
One by one, they’re making a difference
-The Harvard Gazette

10.16.19
Matt Thornton made a surprise $1M donation to a large Louisville nonprofit
Ex-CEO of Thorntons LLC Matt Thornton announced a $1 million donation to Metro United Way
-Louisville Business First

10.14.19
Meet the 2019 WLKY Bell Award recipients
Pat Hargadon (Shelbyville 40064) – Pat Hargadon has been an innovative volunteer with Metro United Way for 3 decades. With a family legacy of farming, he created a concept to bring farmers together to address food insecurity in Shelby County. His first endeavor raised $6,000, and Farmers Feeding Families became a working program that has raised more than $40,000 in two years.
-WLKY

10.9.19
Imagination Library in Floyd County turns 10
-News and Tribune

10.4.19
Business owners must confront social inequity — here’s Metro United Way’s new tool to do so
-Louisville Business First

9.18.19
Roast United: The Roast of Matt Thornton
-The Voice-Tribune

9.13.19
Metro United Way Day of Action – outdoor classroom needs volunteers
-The Sentinel-News

9.13.19
Local nonprofits cheer as Give For Good Louisville 2019 shatters donations record
-Courier-Journal

8.30.19
Girls of Color Will Get Their Own School in Louisville
Metro United Way’s support of the successful W.E.B. DuBois Academy is setting the table for the creation of a new primarily African American sixth-grade girls school in Jefferson County. The school will have a STEAM focus.
-Spectrum News 1

8.22.19
USA TODAY Network program awards checks to 3 Louisville agencies
-Courier-Journal

7.17.19
Child refugees get classroom experience ahead of new school year
-WAVE3

7.8.19
On My Way Pre-K offers opportunities to Southern Indiana families. Program has expanded to all 92 counties in Indiana
-News and Tribune

7.1.19
Free tax preparation for residents filing past due returns
-The Lane Report

6.27.19
New Kentucky law gives more rights to new and expecting mothers in the workplace
-WDRB

6.17.19
AMPED tech training provides skills, job prospects (and hope) through JPMorgan Chase Advancing Cities Grant with help from Metro United Way
-Insider Louisville

6.14.19
CommUNITY Champion: Louisville mother creates program to give children tools they need to succeed
-WLKY

6.12.19
Three Louisville agencies win grants from USA TODAY Network program
-Courier Journal

6.11.19
Metro United Way holding video contest for teens to win ‘Hamilton’ tickets
-WDRB

6.7.19
Metro United Way named one of four honorees in the inaugural Best in HR awards – part of Business First’s 2019 Best Places to Work in Greater Louisville program.
-Louisville Business First

6.6.19
Local nonprofit leaders discuss changing landscape of Louisville’s philanthropy
-Insider Louisville

6.5.19
Independence Bank President Louis Straub: Planning for the future, living in the moment
“Louis served as the 2018 chair for the Metro United Way (MUW) annual community campaign, helping raise $26.3MM for the year…”
-Insider Louisville

5.30.19
GUEST COMMENT: Louisville must work differently to create change
-Louisville Business First

5.24.19
People to know education: Amy Neal, Vice President of Early Childhood Success for Metro United Way
-Louisville Business First

5.22.19
Humana Foundation awards $2M+ to Louisville nonprofits through community relations program
-The Lane Report

5.18.19
‘Sleep Tight’ project builds 50 beds for 50 kids in need
Shepherdsville Elementary School partnered with Louisville’s Metro United Way to build beds for those in need.
-WAVE3

5.16.19
NFIRST LOOK: Norton Commons debuts new home tour — here’s a peek inside
All proceeds from the home tour will go to Metro United Way.
Theresa Reno-Weber, president and CEO of Metro United Way, said she has some ambitious goals for the home tour. “Norton Commons’ last home show raised more than $86,000 in ticket sales for charity,” Reno-Weber said in the release. “We hope to exceed that number this year, which will enable us to expand our efforts in early childhood success, youth success, financial independence and healthy lives.”
-Louisville Business First

5.16.19
Norton Commons features new homes and artists during their annual event
All proceeds benefit Metro United Way.
-WDRB

5.15.19
Organizers preparing for Norton Commons Tour and Design show
All proceeds benefit the Louisville Metro United Way.
-WLKY

5.15.19
Yum! Brands demonstrates commitment to philanthropy by connecting employees with local nonprofits
-Insider Louisville

4.24.19
Mayor’s 2019 Give A Day Week breaks last year’s record with more than 235,000 volunteers and acts of compassion
-LouisvilleKY.gov

4.24.19
South Louisville Community Ministries gives needed assistance
“We are part of the new United Community referral network just announced by Metro United Way. Instead of just handing someone a flyer and saying you need to get to this place across town and I hope that works out for you, we are having a conversation–Can you get there at that time? Do you have child care? Our referral is a warm hand-off, not just a piece of paper.”
-Insider Louisville

4.18.19
Louisville receives $3 million investment for outreach in low-income communities
-WHAS11

4.18.19
Louisville awarded $3 million grant aimed at providing more resources to lower-income neighborhoods
-WLKY

4.18.19
JPMorgan Chase announces first winning cities in $500 million AdvancingCities initiative
-FOX Business

4.18.19
Chicago and Miami are among 5 cities getting a $15 million boost from JPMorgan Chase. It announced the winners of its first contest for $3 million over three years: Chicago, Louisville, Miami, San Diego, and Syracuse.
-Business Insider

4.18.19
JPMorgan Chase Announces $15 million for AdvancingCities Challenge Winners
Chicago, Louisville, Miami, San Diego and Syracuse awarded $3 million each for creative solutions to drive inclusive growth through collaboration among civic, business and community leaders
-Business Wire

4.18.19
Louisville gets $3 million grant from JPMorgan Chase
-Louisville Business First

4.18.19
JPMorgan Chase Advancing Cities awards Louisville $3M for use in expanding economic opportunity
-The Lane Report

4.18.19
Louisville nonprofits to get $3M grant from JPMorgan for high-tech skills training
-Insider Louisville

4.18.19
Louisville wins $3 million to help people gain job skills and financial security
-Courier Journal

4.15.19
Volunteers join together to spruce up VOA Freedom House
-WAVE3

4.9.19
United Community digital platform to help provide services for Louisville residents in need
-WDRB

4.9.19
Metro United Way, businesses, agencies team up to create digital platform for care – United Community
Theresa Reno-Weber, Metro United Way president and CEO, said the new digital platform allows it to “streamline services, ensure quick appropriate solutions for personalized needs, and improve health, education and well-being.”
-Louisville Business First

4.9.19
United Community platform to connect Louisville residents with needed services
-Insider Louisville

4.5.19
Building BLOCS in Louisville is essential to student’s success in the future
-Courier-Journal

3.27.19
Mayor Greg Fischer kicks off Give A Day week of service
-WHAS11

3.27.19
Mayor rallies community for eighth annual Give A Day Week of Service, April 13-20
-LouisvilleKY.gov

3.25.19
Norton Commons Tour of Homes & Design Show
May 18 – June 2 event will feature 12 unique homes and interior designs, with ticket proceeds to benefit Metro United Way.
-Kentucky Monthly

3.22.19
A Mission to Build a Bed for Every Child
-Today’s Woman

3.21.19
#FacebookDown Or Not, Why Your Nonprofit Should Be On Twitter
-Forbes

3.21.19
Fighting human trafficking, domestic violence and opening doors for Louisville women
-Courier-Journal

3.15.19
People to know nonprofits: Adria Johnson
-Louisville Business First

3.12.19
Pregnant women would have the right to request “modest” accommodations on the job, such as more frequent breaks or lighter duties under a bill that cleared a House Committee on Tuesday.
-Courier Journal

3.4.19
SES Project to help build 50 new beds for those in need
Article – Part 1 | Article – Part 2
-The Pioneer News

2.15.19
Here’s how the Humana Foundation is working to improve your health
-Courier Journal

2.8.19
IUS study shows local need for affordable, high-quality early education
-News and Tribune

2.4.19
Initiative aims to address affordable housing crisis in Southern Indiana
-News and Tribune

2.1.19
United Community: No Wrong Door
“There are too many people who are negatively affected by social and economic factors that limit their overall well-being,” said Theresa Reno-Weber, president and CEO of Metro United Way. “United Community affords us the chance to address this reality and become known as a leading community that uses technology and collaboration to connect people with the services they need. It’ll be easier for people to get what they need when they need it. United Community makes it easy to meet multiple needs of individuals and families across sectors, and ultimately track their experience to measurable outcomes.”
-Medical News – The business of healthcare

1.28.19
City officials announce free tax help for low-income residents
-WHAS11

1.28.19
Louisville program offers free tax help to qualifying residents
-WDRB

1.24.19
Meals and bill assistance offered to federal workers in Louisville
-WDRB

1.21.19
‘We have gone back to business as usual’
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Stated Clerk recalls Poor People’s Campaign, other King legacies

-Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) Presbyterian Mission

1.21.19
Jeffersonville event lends hand to furloughed workers
Food, services offered Sunday as salve for residents affected by shutdown

-News and Tribune

1.10.19
Duplicator Sales & Service helps Metro United Way with its mission
-Insider Louisville

1.9.19
Citizens Union Bank has great fun raising money for Metro United Way
-Insider Louisville

1.3.19
LG&E and KU giving campaign raises over $2M for nonprofits across Kentucky
-The Lane Report

12.27.18
Metro United Way President & CEO, Theresa Reno-Weber named one of 19 fascinating people in Louisville in 2019
-Courier Journal

12.15.18
Floyd County ranked among most charitable counties in Indiana
-News and Tribune

12.12.18
Man spending 12 days of Christmas in a tent for homeless awareness
It is that time of year again, but Joe Bohannon knows it’s not always merry for everyone.
-WHAS11

12.11.18
Forbes Names United Way Top Charity
Forbes released its list of America’s Top Charities and United Way topped the list of the nation’s 100 largest charities again. Forbes evaluated each charity on several financial-efficiency metrics. Their annual package also includes tips on how to maximize charitable deductions, despite last year’s changes in the tax law.
-Forbes

12.10.18
Shepherdsville men spend 12 nights outside to raise funds, awareness about homelessness
-WAVE3

12.5.18
Metro United Way making dreams come true for children through Build-a-Bed
Metro United led a coalition of volunteers in Southern Indiana to build 150 beds for children without beds. Studies show a strong link between a well-rested child and their scholastic, social and emotional development.
-The Corydon Democrat

12.1.18
Local nonprofit builds beds for 150 southern Indiana children in need
180 volunteers built 150 beds for southern Indiana children in need as part of Metro United Way’s Build-a-Bed.
-WHAS11

11.27.18
Giving Tuesday to help BC First Housing
-The Pioneer News

11.26.18
United Way battle benefits Southern Indiana Build-A-Bed program
Metro United Way and Build-a-Build seek to build 150 beds for children in the Southern Indiana this weekend. There’s a direct link between scholastic and emotional development, and a good night’s sleep. This effort focuses on two of Metro United Way’s core pillars, early childhood success and youth success.
-News and Tribune

11.21.18
Ladles of love to help Farmers Feeding Families: Homemakers, United Way soup lunch to help fight food insecurity
-The Sentinel-News

11.19.18
Q&A: Theresa Reno-Weber MPP ’08
-Harvard Alumni

11.16.18
The difficult decisions facing Warren Buffett’s son – and why he was in Louisville
-Louisville Business First

10.12.18
2 appointed to United Way of Kentucky Board of Directors
-The Lane Report

10.4.18
Beckett’s revelation to feed homeless turns into winner for whole county
-The Pioneer News

9.18.18
By connecting nonprofit resources, Metro United Way seeks to impact every person in the community
-Insider Louisville

9.13.18
‘On My Way Pre-K’ off to slow start in Floyd County
-Louisville Business First

9.06.18
INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIP: How an entire neighborhood benefited from this collaboration
-Louisville Business First

8.22.18
IN PERSON: Before most people had email, Lesa Seibert saw the tech wave coming
-Louisville Business First

8.16.18
Thanks, Louisville, for investing in our youth outside the classroom, by Theresa Reno-Weber and Marty Pollio.
-Courier Journal

8.16.18
Metro United Way shakes up senior leadership team
-Louisville Business First

8.15.18
‘Beyond the Shop’ offers mental education to young men and adults
-WLKY

8.9.2018
Pollio holds back-to-school community conversation, addresses state audit
-WAVE3

8.9.2018
JCPS superintendent says district’s response to state takeover is ‘imminent’
-WDRB

8.9.2018
JCPS superintendent: Counteroffer being sent to state is ‘imminent’
-WLKY

8.9.2018
Pollio: ‘Agreement proposal’ in hands of attorneys
-WHAS11

7.28.2018
Volunteers renovate South Louisville home for homeless veteran
-WHAS11

7.28.2018
Louisville Volunteers working to create home for homeless veteran
-WDRB

7.24.2018
WAVE 3 News Guest Editorial – July 24, 2018: Transition to Kindergarten
-WAVE3

7.16.2018
Stimulating the senses: Playground specially designed for Clarksville facility
-News and Tribune

7.13.2018
Announcing: 2018 Partners in Philanthropy
-Louisville Business First

6.27.2018
Metro United Way Announces Co-Chairs For 2018 Community Campaign
-The Voice-Tribune

6.27.2018
Volunteer groups getting schooled on Medicaid waiver
-Insider Louisville

6.20.2018
‘Racial Equity Here’ Commitment Launched to End Structural Racism
-Philanthropy News Digest

6.13.2018
Farmers Feeding Families aims to help food insecurity
-The Sentinel-News

6.4.2018
Will businesses support Kentucky’s Medicaid overhaul?
-Insider Louisville

6.4.2018
Celebrate Good Times From The Metro United Way
-The Pioneer News

5.30.2018
Metro United Way Affects More Than 250,000 Lives with a $21.2 Million Investment in the Region
-The Voice-Tribune

5.29.2018
WAVE 3 News Editorial – May 29, 2018: Accolades
-Wave3

5.23.2018
Events celebrate United Way’s impact in Southern Indiana
-News and Tribune

4.24.2018
The Next Louisville: Why West Louisville’s Poverty Doesn’t Define It
-89.3 WFPL

4.2.2018
IU Southeast event to take on school safety
-News and Tribune

3.29.2018
Grow with Google seeks to equip Kentuckians with tech skills
-WHAS11

3.28.2018
Unbridled Charitable Foundation, Inc. Recognizes 16 Charities with Proceeds from Derby Eve Gala
-The Voice-Tribune

3.23.2018
People On The Move: John Blair, Chief Brand Officer at Metro United Way
-Louisville Business First

3.22.2018
New LouieConnect App Aims To Better Connect People With Resources
-WFPL

3.20.2018
New report says after-school programs in Louisville are on the rise
-WDRB

3.20.2018
We asked nonprofit professionals: ‘How do you see the face of philanthropy changing in Louisville over the next few years?’
-Louisville Business First

3.3.2018
Here’s how you can help Louisville flood victims and volunteer with cleanup crews
-Courier Journal

2.27.2018
Louisville’s fifth Financial Empowerment Summit to be held March 7
-The Lane Report

2.26.2018
Mayor Fischer rallies Louisville for 7th annual “Give A Day” Week of Service, April 14-22
-LouisvilleKy.gov

2.26.2018
Grow with Google tour is coming to Louisville
-Louisville Business First

2.20.2018
How free outdoor pantries are helping solve the hunger crisis in Bullitt County
-Courier Journal

2.08.2018
POV | Darts and Laurels
“The first Laurel goes to Metro United Way…”
-WDRB

1.25.2018
Editorial: Metro United Way hits $1 billion in donations
-Courier Journal

1.22.2018
Monday Business Briefing: Metro United Way hits two big targets
-Insider Louisville

1.19.2018
Metro United Way hits unprecedented goal, raises 45.8 percent more than 2016
-Louisville Business First

1.5.2018
The cold isn’t stopping just yet. Here’s how to stay safe – and warm – in Louisville
-Courier Journal

Latest News Releases

For media inquiries contact Taylor Mankle at taylor.mankle@metrounitedway.org

7.8.20
METRO UNITED WAY INVITES NEW COMMUNITY PARTNERS TO DRIVE IMPACT AND INNOVATION AROUND CRITICAL NEEDS
Nonprofits Eligible for Funding to Address Gaps in Wealth, Education and Other Persistent Inequities

6.15.20
METRO UNITED WAY ANNOUNCES GE APPLIANCES CEO KEVIN NOLAN AS COMMUNITY INVESTMENT CHAIR
Nolan to Lead Investment Initiatives Across the Region

5.26.2020
$1.4 Million Grant Expanded to Support Critical Metal Health Services and PPE Procurement
Southern Indiana Counties Received Grant to Address COVID-19 Relief Efforts

5.13.2020
JEFFERSON COUNTY TO RECEIVE MORE THAN $800K TO FUND EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAMS
Metro United Way Awarded Funding by Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program and the CARES Acts

4.30.2020
METRO UNITED WAY PARTICIPATES IN #GIVINGTUESDAYNOW
Global Day of Giving Benefits Lives Touched by COVID-19 Pandemic
and Celebrates Strength in Community

4.29.2020
METRO UNITED WAY ISSUES RFP FOR COVID-19 ECONOMIC RELIEF INITIATIVE GRANT IN SOUTHERN INDIANA
RFP Open to Nonprofit Agencies Serving Floyd, Clark, and Harrison Counties

4.29.2020
Southern Indiana Counties to Receive $1.4 Million Grant to Address COVID-19 Relief Efforts
Metro United Way Awarded Economic Relief Grant by Lilly Endowment Inc. through Indiana United Ways

4.21.2020
METRO UNITED WAY ISSUES RFP FOR COVID-19 RELIEF FUNDS IN GREATER LOUISVILLE
RFP Open to Nonprofit Agencies in Oldham, Shelby, and Bullitt County


4.18.2019
Louisville Receives $3 Million Investment from JPMorgan Chase’s AdvancingCities Challenge
Coalition of local nonprofits, business leaders and elected officials join forces for winning bid
Chicago, Louisville, Miami, San Diego and Syracuse recognized for creative solutions to drive inclusive
growth through collaboration between civic, business and community leaders

2.1.2019
METRO UNITED WAY’S FARMERS FEEDING FAMILIES SEEKS TO END FOOD INSECURITY IN SHELBY COUNTY
Request for Proposals Sought from Nonprofits Serving Shelby County

5.25.2018
Metro United Way Affects More Than 250,000 Lives with a $21.2 Million Investment in the Region

4.17.2018
Metro United Way Recognized Nationally for Promoting Social Change in Black Communities: Organization awarded ABFE’s “Institutional Award for Philanthropic Leadership Award”

2.12.2018
Metro United Way Announces Unique Partnership with Facilities Management Services

1.24.2018
Metro United Way Announces Unique Partnership with Facilities Management Services

1.22.2018
Metro United Way Celebrates Record Breaking 100th Anniversary Campaign Exceeds goal of $36 Million in one year and $1 Billion over 100 years

1.18.2018
14th Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky Award Winners Announced

10.13.2017
GE Appliances & Metro United Way Partner for Transformative Volunteer Project in Parkland & Chickasaw

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