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Julie Roehrig

By Julie Roehrig

Fighting Hunger, One Recipe at a Time!

Mon, May 15, 2017

U2F Volunteers

Too many community members struggle with food insecurity – we’re Living United to change that.

Sara McCullough

By Sara McCullough

Self-Care in the Workplace: A Trauma-Informed Care Story

Tue, March 28, 2017

Hands with hearts

A string of store robberies left one Goodwill employee traumatized. But her supervisor knew what to do.

Sara McCullough

By Sara McCullough

Top Tips: Doing our P.A.R.T. to be Trauma-Informed

Mon, March 13, 2017

Mother and daughter doing arts and crafts

Part Two of our mini-series offers top-tips on promoting self-care and helping others heal.

Sara McCullough

By Sara McCullough

Inside-Out: The Trauma-Informed Care Approach

Fri, February 10, 2017

Girl Smiling

Trauma-informed care is changing the way we address our region’s most critical issues. Here’s why.

Jim Cawley

By Jim Cawley

Your voice, your chance to make a difference

Thu, January 26, 2017

Mother and baby

Help more working Americans – Advocate to Expand the EITC!

Carly Keeny

By Carly Keeny


Call 2-1-1 to save lives in winter weather

Fri, December 09, 2016

father and children
Philadelphia has just issued a Code Blue as temperatures drop below freezing. Find out how you can help others find shelter. More»
Barbara Saverino

By Barbara Saverino

United Ways Head to the Capitol to Advocate for Working Adults

Fri, July 15, 2016

By expanding the Earned Income Tax Credit, we can give 13 million hardworking Americans a fair shot at a better life More»
Kevin Dow

By Kevin Dow

Hungry for Summer Resources? Look No Further Than 2-1-1!

Fri, July 01, 2016

summer food resources - girl eating

When our neighbors struggle to meet their most basic needs, 2-1-1 is always there.

Jim Cawley

By Jim Cawley

Fighting Hunger, One Meal at a Time

Thu, May 05, 2016

volunteer celebrating at united2feed

500 volunteers. 7,000 food boxes. 105,000 meals. That's UNITED2FEED.

Jim Cawley

By Jim Cawley

State Budget Season: A Time to Reflect on Those Who Rely on Our Support

Thu, March 31, 2016

U.S. Capitol

While we recognize the increased investments in early education and basic education funding that are included in the FY 2015-2016 budget, we see them as a critical first step by Pennsylvania policymakers in recognizing that investment in education is needed, but our job is far from over. We look forward to working with Governor Wolf and the General Assembly to build on these investments.


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