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WOMEN UNITED GIVES $5,000 TO BEAUTIFUL GIRLS!

 

Women United gathered for their first giving event.  What amazing information was shared that night!  American Association of University Women presented on giving 7th grade girls the opportunity for STEM camps.  Beautiful Girls shared how they are supporting girls & women in the community by providing feminine hygiene supplies.  The League of Women Voters shared their vision of celebrating 100 years of women...

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SUPPORTING TUTORS FOR KIDS

Our goal is to reward tutored students with a book each month. Also, at the close of school and at the holiday break, each student in a class where a tutor works receives a book (even those tutors who do not receive tutoring). Here are some comments from the students & teachers:...
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Providing Scholarships

Gretta Ellis graduated from the Take Stock in Children program at South Sumter High School in 2004 after joining the program in 10th grade. The help she received after an injury in high school led her to an interest in health care. Even then, her areas of interest included becoming a...
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EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

I am a single mom and I was working and providing for my first child and paying for childcare. I found myself pregnant again and I found myself in a situation where I needed help. As I was unable to afford paying for childcare for two children. I asked my daycare did they know of any...
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HELPING CHILDREN RECOVER FROM GRIEF

13-year-old “Ellie” lost her best friend “Rosie”. They both loved The Simpsons and Friends and playing The Sims on the computer and became best friends very quickly. Rosie’s illness started when she had a cold that she couldn’t get rid of and seemed a bit like the flu. When...
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SUPPORTING NEW VISION FOR INDEPENDENCE

Before Cyndi Jackson came to New Vision, she had lost her job – a career that she loved with a company she’d dedicated more than 20 years to – because of her visual impairment. She didn’t think she could be independence anymore, let alone work again. She found herself homebound, afraid...

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