On Saturday, May 14, the first class of Aspire, a Mobility Mentoring®-Informed Partnership led by Women United of United Way of South Hampton Roads, celebrated their graduation at the Landmark
In April, Women United, a leadership society of United Way of South Hampton Roads, held its 2022 Spring Luncheon with the theme, Power of the Purse. The event, which welcomed
For nearly 40 years, April has been recognized as the Month of a Military Child by the U.S. Department of Defense. There are over 1.6 million military children currently undergoing
AALS coordinates exchange of Valentine's Day cards between local students and seniors
Volunteers create over 2,500 meals for our neighbors experiencing hunger
Emily found confidence and a path toward self-sufficiency through Aspire, an intense coaching program funded by Women United.
When COVID-19 layoffs left Sandra's family unable to afford their medications, we stepped in to fill the gap
When COVID-19 forced Noreen out of work, we stepped in with financial assistance to ease the burden.
When these brothers arrived at our partner's door wearing t-shirts in below freezing temperatures, our Student Needs Fund provided new winter coats.When these brothers arrived at our partner's door wearing
When Sarah, a survivor of human trafficking, was struggling after escaping exploitation, she found support at Survivor Ventures’ crisis shelter funded by United Way.