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Before you head back to school, give back to your community!

Fun and philanthropy meet for the river float trip of the year. Bring your shades and cool off in the San...

 


Recently, we were all shocked and saddened by the news that United Way for Greater Austin (UWGA) made a difficult decision regarding the funding status of several of their partner agencies. Due to a steady decline in giving since the recession, UWGA announced a decrease in the overall funding amount for 2012, and will reduce the number of agencies...

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United Way of Hays County staff, Central Texas Medical Center staff, parents and children pose for the announcement of the Born Learning/Born to Read program.

 

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United Way of Hays County volunteers and supporters made the 2012 Day of...

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Together, we can make a real difference in our community....

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

                                                                                                                          June 6, 2012

For more information, contact:

Michelle Harper, Executive Director

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United Way of Hays County Young Leaders...

As a token of gratitude to the community for constant support, United Way personnel and volunteers will be distributing cups of hot coffee and cold lemonade to any community person who stops by the United Way thank you table set up at designated locations in each city of Hays County during the week of April 10-13.Through the month of April board members and volunteers will also present thank you plaques to all businesses that host employee...

San Marcos,TX –United Way of Hays County seeks a team of community leaders to volunteer on the 2013-2014 Funds Distribution Committee. The committee plays a vital role in reviewing applications from Hays County programs that wish to receive funding.

Members of the committee volunteer for four days, May 6,9,13 and 15 from 12:00pm-5:00pm each day, during which time they will review presentations and application materials from local...

Parents can learn about how to help their children stay away from drugs, live healthier lives, support reading, valuable information about the new STAAR standardized test and how to help their children be ready for college at the SOAR Education Fair next Saturday, thanks to a partnership with United Way of Hays County.

The local United Way is hosting 30-minute educational sessions during the fair, with accompanying children’s...

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