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Local Executives Sleep Out in Durham to Raise Awareness of Homelessness

CEO Sleep Out-Durham Media Advisory FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: September 4, 2015                                                                         Contact: Irene Godínez                                                                         Telephone: 919-463-5013 •

United Way of the Greater Triangle Announces Allison Warren-Barbour as New Senior Vice-President of Resource Development and Engagement 

For Immediate Release Contact: Irene Godínez, igodinez@unitedwaytriangle.org, 919-463-5013 Morrisville, NC – Allison Warren-Barbour has been named Senior Vice-President of Resource Development and Engagement at United Way of the Greater Triangle (UWGT), where she was most recently Vice-President of Workplace Relations and Engagement. In her new capacity, she will develop innovative strategies for engaging cross-sector partners

A Whole and Healthy Community

BY Alex Hardesty My entire life I have been surrounded by tight knit communities. As a young child my community was a therapeutic wilderness camp, where both my parents were employed. Living there was so much fun as there was always something to be explored in the woods, ice cream was an abundance, and most

Lessons learned about community engagement

BY Karen Johnson My exposure to United Way had been through the lens of my company’s annual campaign and the NFL ads during football season. I had not practiced due diligence on learning about United Way. Each year I gave by checking a box and checking one more thing off of my to-do list. When I

Collective Impact & Engaging Meaningfully for Long-Term Change

BY Robin Murchison, Community Engagement Fellow Before moving to the Triangle, I had the privilege of working for more than ten years in the nonprofit field in Florida. One aspect that I most enjoyed from that work was being deeply connected and involved with my local community. I’m driven by knowing the work that I

Collective Impact & Engaging Meaningfully for Long-Term Change

BY Robin Murchison, Community Engagement Fellow Before moving to the Triangle, I had the privilege of working for more than ten years in the nonprofit field in Florida. One aspect that I most enjoyed from that work was being deeply connected and involved with my local community. I’m driven by knowing the work that I

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