Prepped for Success has been cancelled for 2020
Prepped for Success, a large-scale, community-driven initiative, provides essential school supplies for students who are considered economically disadvantaged. In its inaugural year, our community rallied together to pack 10,000 bags of school supplies for students in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. With continued population growth in Clarksville-Montgomery County, the need for student support escalates. It … Continue reading “Prepped for Success has been cancelled for 2020”
UNITED WE DINE
Please join us Thursday, March 15th for the 5th annual United We Dine fundraising event to serve hope to those in need in our community. United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region and thirteen local eateries will partner for this event. Each participating restaurant will donate a portion of the day’s proceeds to support the … Continue reading “UNITED WE DINE”
DAY OF ACTION: Volunteer for the Born Learning Trail
Right from birth, children are constantly learning. What they learn during those early years depends on the experiences they have each and every day. To promote these early learning opportunities, United Way is excited to partner with the City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department to install a Born Learning Trail in our community. Located at … Continue reading “DAY OF ACTION: Volunteer for the Born Learning Trail”
2016-17 Annual Awards Meeting & Campaign Celebration
United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region invites the community to its 2017 Annual Membership Meeting and Campaign Celebration on Tuesday, May 11, 2017 at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center. Held each year to recognize campaign achievements and honor volunteer leadership, the luncheon’s festivities will also include election of local officers and board members for … Continue reading “2016-17 Annual Awards Meeting & Campaign Celebration”
Video: Why Volunteer for the Allocations Committee?
Ever wonder how United Way distributes donor funds to local nonprofit partner programs? Or how you can be involved? In this short video, Cheryl Moss shares why she volunteers to serve on the United Way GCR Allocations Committee. The allocation process is driven by a diverse committee of community volunteers who are invested in United … Continue reading “Video: Why Volunteer for the Allocations Committee?”
Allocations Committee Volunteers Needed
COMMUNITY INVESTMENT PROCESS The Budget and Allocations process is the cornerstone of United Way’s local impact. The framework for this process was established to assist donors in making sound giving decisions and to foster public confidence in United Way and its partner agencies. It ensures fiscal and program accountability for all agencies receiving United Way funds, … Continue reading “Allocations Committee Volunteers Needed”
UNITED WE DINE – Coming March 2nd!
SERVE HOPE in our community by dining at participating local restaurants on March 2, 2017. On this date, a percentage of all dining checks will be donated to United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region to fund local partner programs. Join us to enjoy delicious local fare and help dish out much needed support for those in … Continue reading “UNITED WE DINE – Coming March 2nd!”
United Way 2016-2017 Campaign Video
United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region encourages our community to TAKE A BETTER LOOK and MAKE A BETTER LIFE. United, we surround our community’s most critical problems and we fight.
Mark and Cecily’s Story
Parenting can be very challenging, especially when blending two families. Shortly after marrying, Mark and Cecily noticed just how difficult it can be both working high-stress jobs and learning to integrate very different views on child rearing. Their parenting skills were quickly tested after one of their children began to exhibit extreme “melt-downs” and other … Continue reading “Mark and Cecily’s Story”
Local veteran, Anthony, came to Operation Stand Down of TN for help and entered the Transitional Housing Program, homeless and struggling. During the first 30 days of the program, Anthony followed his plan and completed the Return to Life program. He had such a positive attitude and strong leadership skills that he became the resident … Continue reading “Anthony’s Story”