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December 28, 2023

The View From Here – December 2023

Celebrating the Spirit of United Way's "Community of Caring"

Together, we are The Power of Many. Working for All.

Strang Principals at United Way Pancake Breakfast

As a supporter of United Way, we place an authentic priority on empathy and compassion. We are predisposed to kind-heartedness and generosity. From the well-being of our environment and vitality of our neighborhoods to the effectiveness and safety of our schools, Dane County is a “Community of Caring”.

Speaker from United Way at Pancake Breakfast to Kickoff Strang's United Way Campaign

Let me state the following clearly and without compromise: for all of the good we accomplish together, there is more room for improvement. Among us remain populations overlooked or under-supported. There are critical humanitarian and inclusion needs left unmet. Gaps in basic economic and employment stability continue. And we are dogged by fundamental healthcare issues. We can do better, way better. And that is where the United Way of Dane County comes in.

United Way Volunteer Drive

The United Way of Dane County focuses on positive community impact through inclusion, county-wide collaboration, trust, transparency, and an open invitation for every Dane County resident to be a part of the change they wish to see.

Join us in supporting the United Way to ensure the 2024 Community of Caring is the best year it can be. Donate. Volunteer. Be there for your neighbor.

Learn more about how you can support United Way here.


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