SPRINGFIELD – With tax day fast approaching on April 15, United Way of Central Illinois is encouraging low-to-moderate-income households whoRead more
Springfield, IL – When a car accident totaled the Catholic Charities St. John’s Breadline truck, which runs six days aRead more
It’s never been easier to support Illinois nonprofits. Forefront and UWCIL have upcoming opportunities for you!Read more
United Way of Central Illinois’ Board of Directors is pleased to announce the results of the 2017 Community Fund investmentRead more
United Way of Central Illinois is pleased to announce $2,320,749 of community investments including $1,656,493 in Community Fund investments toRead more
United Way of Central Illinois provided a $30,000 venture fund grant to support the expansion of Sangamon CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities). United Way’s Venture Grant Committee and Board of Director’s unanimously approved the investment in Sangamon CEO following a review of the program’s grant application for expansion.
“United Way is pleased to serve as a contributing investor to the expansion of Sangamon CEO,” said John Kelker, president of United Way. “Program’s like Sangamon CEO are strengthening our community by bringing together businesses, schools and nonprofits to develop a new generation of leadership in our community.”Read more
UNITED WAY ANNOUNCES CAMPAIGN RESULTS AT ANNUAL MEETING Wells Fargo employee earns Get Connected Volunteer of the Year Award SPRINGFIELD –Read more
This week, Springfield’s Target Store donated more than 475 backpacks and 475 lunchboxes to United Way of Central Illinois to help local agencies meet the ongoing demand for school supplies. The donation from Target had a retail value in excess of $15,000.
The backpacks and lunchboxes are being distributed to 9 local agencies who continue to experience high demand for school supplies.Read more
DINE UNITED June 19, 2014 – July 24, 2014. Dine out at these local restaurants and a portion of your meal will benefit United Way’s Community Fund.Read more
SPRINGFIELD – United Way of Central Illinois announces $1,633,827 of community funding to 38 local health and human service programs.Read more