Earlier this week the Evansville Police Department participated in the “Git Up United Challenge”. The challenge became an instant social media sensation. On Friday, Mayor Lloyd Winnecke answered EPD’s call and shared his response on Facebook. Watch the video here:https://44news.wevv.com/mayor-lloyd-winnecke-participates-in-git-up-united-challenge/
by: Jim Alexander Posted: Jul 10, 2019 / 08:46 AM UTC/ Updated: Jul 10, 2019 / 09:54 AM UTC Evansville, Ind. (WEHT) — The United Way of Southwestern Indiana is conducting a series of stakeholder listening sessions to help the organization understand, prioritize and respond to community issues as it implements a three-year strategic plan. Attendees are encouraged to share thoughts, aspirations, concerns and ideas on how to strengthen our community. Here is a list of session dates, times and locations: Wednesday, July 10 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Evansville Vanderburgh Public – East Branch, Auditorium840 East Chandler Avenue, Evansville 2 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library, Central – Browning Room A200 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Evansville Thursday, July 11 7:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.Ivy Tech Community…
May 15, 2019 at 5:12 PM CDT - Updated May 15 at 6:35 PM EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WFIE) - A new interactive trail is ready to welcome children in Evansville. United Way introduced a new “Born Learning Trial” at Mickey’s Kingdom. The trail is a series of 10 states offering a fun and active way to learn to kids and families. There is one other trail like it in Evansville at the Deacones Sports Park. Funds for the new trail were raised by the “Young Leaders United” Group. Copyright 2019 WFIE. All rights reserved. FULL STORY!
We're proud to support #DenimDay tomorrow, April 24. Our staff will be wearing jeans to raise awareness about sexual assault. Please join us! #UWDenimDay #UnitedWeFight #UnitedWeWinFor info about Denim Day, visit: http://denimdayinfo.org/about/ 18:31 AM - Apr 23, 2019 https://wkdq.com/denim-day-for-sexual-assault-awareness-is-april-24/?trackback=fbshare_mobile&fbclid=IwAR2TY99p_sXX4y_m4QElkxtkqSkvYh8WXChg7R9v9qHPcldp5Pfo8Qn8kL0
The United Way of Southwestern Indiana has awarded impact grants to two area non-profit organizations. New Hope Community Development Corporation – Bridge Builders Transportation Program received an impact grant. The Bridge Builders Transportation Program is designed to prevent the lack of transportation from being an obstacle for residents seeking full-time employment. It provides round-trip transportation to higher paying employers, where METS buses don’t go. Catholic Charities - Handy Helpers Home Repair Training Program has also received an impact grant. Handy Helpers Home Repair Training Program is designed to give employees work and life skills to enable them to maintain stable and self-sustaining employment. The Impact Grant was created in 2017 as a way for United Way to broaden its reach in the community and provide funding for new programs. The…
The United Way of Southwestern Indiana wants you to win big! Amy Canterbury is the President and CEO of the United Way and Ron Romain is the 2018 campaign chair. For the latest breaking news and stories from across the Tri-State, follow Eyewitness News on Facebook and Twitter.
The Evansville Promise Zone, the United Way of Southwestern Indiana, and area financial institutions are offering a "Get Smart About Your Credit" workshop on November 14. Mayor Lloyd Winnecke made the announcement on Thursday morning. The free event is taking place at 6 p.m. and there will be free pizza. Read More
U.S. unemployment is down and jobs are going unfilled. But for people without much education, the real question is: Do those jobs pay enough to live on? Vanessa Solivan and her three children fled their last place in June 2015, after a young man was shot and killed around the corner. They found a floor to sleep on in Vanessa’s parents’ home on North Clinton Avenue in East Trenton. It wasn’t a safer neighborhood, but it was a known one. Vanessa took only what she could cram into her station wagon, a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica, letting the bed bugs have the rest. FULL STORY
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - Hundreds of people went out into the community Friday to help their neighbors for the 25th annual Evansville’s United Way Day of Caring. More than 1,200 volunteers showed up for the kickoff breakfast. They were inspired by guest speaker and UE Men’s Basketball Coach Walter McCarty. FULL STORY
After a hard day's work, the United Way's 25th annual Day of Caring is complete. Many businesses lended their employees for this one day, to volunteer at non-profits across Vanderburgh, Warrick and Spencer counties. Like a big hug, volunteers wrapped the community in love, as a record-breaking 1,243 people fanned out to pitch in at over sixty non-profits in the Tri-State. FULL STORY
The United Way's Day of Caring kicked off with a breakfast at Old National Events Plaza. Eyewitness News' Shelley Kirk had the honor of emceeing the event that brought together hundreds of volunteers from surrounding counties. University of Evansville men's basketball coach and keynote speaker Walter McCarty said their work is felt far beyond Friday. FULL STORY
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — A massive volunteer force, 1,243 people to be exact, set out to make a difference Friday. They pulled weeds, mulched, scrubbed toys, cleaned kitchens, sorted clothes, painted, fixed stuff and did whatever else needed to be done at nonprofit agencies in Vanderburgh, Warrick and Spencer counties as part of the United Way of Southwestern Indiana's 25th Day of Caring. Full Story
On September 7th, United Way will celebrate its 25th Annual Day of Caring. On that day, we will bring together more than one thousand volunteers, who will lend a hand to 50 local nonprofit organizations in Vanderburgh, Warrick and Spencer Counties, by helping with projects both inside and outdoors. FULL STORY