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Kindergarten Readiness

Kindergrarten Readiness April 2014 1

Excellence Academy Teachers Taking Advantage of Opportunities

Teachers from our Excellence Academy early learning centers recently visited Houston’s early learning program, and preschool teacher, Lowryanna Shelby, couldn’t wait to get back and implement her learning.

High School Graduation

Changing the Odds on High School Graduation

Kids with someplace to go..go places!

Thousands of young people are alone and unsupervised between 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM placing them at risk for problems. That’s why places like the Parkland Boys & Girls Club play such an important role in our community. 

Family Engagement

2-1-1 Operator

Everyone could use a little extra help from time to time. And looking for help can be the most difficult when you're searching for assistance for the first time. That’s why Metro United Way’s 2-1-1 service is available 365 days a year, 24/7. 

Health and Safety

ASQ

Ages and Stages Questionnaires helps develop healthy kids

“Ages and Stages Questionnaires saved us from having surgery and gave my little boy the opportunity to stand on his own two feet before his first birthday.  Not only does the ASQ educate parents on the development of their child, it also arms them with support when seeking help for their children."

Live United in Action


The Mayor’s Give a Day week of volunteer service is happening now through April 20th. This is a great time to experience the joy of helping others. Metro United Way is again proud to serve as the backbone to coordinate volunteers for this community event. Visit http://www.mygiveaday.com/ to volunteer for an existing project or report your volunteer service or compassionate act.

Kids who eat breakfast regularly are 20% more likely to graduate from high school

At Metro United Way, we believe that education is about the whole child and the whole family. Find out where learning truly begins and share your voice on our blog, “Our United Voice."

In the first three years of life, babies’ brains make 60,480,000 connections per day.
Did you know that Metro United Way's 2-1-1- service helped over 350,000 people in 2013? We all need a little help from time to time and finding the right information quickly is vital. With Metro United Way’s 2-1-1, the answers you’re looking for are just a three digit phone call away. 


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Metro United Way serves the counties of Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham and Shelby in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd and Harrison in Indiana.
Our Mission: Improve lives and our community by engaging people to give, advocate and volunteer.
Our Vision: A community whose people achieve their fullest potential through education, financial stability and healthy lives.