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United Way and the Long-term Disaster Recovery Group Honor the Work Accomplished in the Two Years since the Historic Flood

May 19th, 2022|News|

Our recovery story began two years ago. That’s 730 days, 17,520 hours since life changed for so many in Midland County. The historic flooding impacted thousands. Over 2,400 homes initially reported flood damage in Midland County, causing an estimated $100-$150 million in residential damage. “That was where our journey began,” shared Holly Miller, President & CEO of United Way of Midland County [...]

United Way Announces the Call for Artists is Now Open for The Chair Project  

April 20th, 2022|Event, News|

United Way of Midland County is excited to announce the call for artists is now open for their upcoming event – The Chair Project. This unique event will raise awareness of the struggles our community and neighbors face each and every day, while shining the light on the good work being done to improve lives. The Chair Project is an art exhibition, [...]

United Way of Midland County Supports New ALICE In Focus Series

April 19th, 2022|News|

Michigan Association of United Ways Reports 44% of Michigan Children Live in a Household with Income Below the ALICE Threshold The Michigan Association of United Ways (MAUW) released its first report of the new 2022 ALICE in Focus Series, thanks to the generous support of the Consumers Energy Foundation. The series features three reports, each highlighting a different demographic group within Michigan’s [...]

United Way Invests Dollars Raised in Community Programs

February 7th, 2022|News|

United Way measures success in how lives are changed, and they do not do this work alone. In addition to working with local corporations, businesses, nonprofits, foundations and individuals, they partner with 27 dedicated nonprofits and invest in quality programs that show measurable outcomes every year. Together, they create new solutions to pressing problems and join with people from all walks of [...]

Community Partners Launch New Program to Help Build Positive Relationships and Overcome Loneliness: Friendly Connections

December 17th, 2021|News|

A sense of belonging is a basic human need, just like food and shelter. Friendly Connections, a new community program, builds a bridge to belonging by pairing up community members and helping them connect for 2-3 hours a month by phone. Community partners including MyMichigan Health, Senior Services, 2-1-1 of Northeast Michigan, Midland Area Wellbeing Coalition and United Way of Midland County [...]


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