Volusia-Flagler Counties

OUR VIEW: Local emphasis key to giving

OUR VIEW: Local emphasis key to giving

| Portorangeobserver.com | 

Charities face big challenges. That doesn’t mean they should be pessimistic...And the United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties says its donation total for 2017 was dinged by Hurricane Irma; workplace-giving campaigns scheduled for the fall were postponed when the big storm struck, and post-Irma many businesses were preoccupied with their own survival.

LETTERS: “These are areas we must improve in order to prosper.”

LETTERS: “These are areas we must improve in order to prosper.”

| Daytona Beach News Journal | 

We want residents to know that their United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties is working hard to raise dollars and resources for our community, focusing its investments and measuring the results. This isn’t a quick fix; it’s a long-term process that will create sustainable change in our community.

Resigents spared by Hurricane Irma volunteer to help those impacted the most

Residents spared by Hurricane Irma volunteer to help those impacted the most

| The Daytona-Beach News Journal | 

Such a move was too impractical, so she decided to put on her work clothes Saturday morning and show up at the United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties, along with her husband, and get to work helping those whose properties were wrecked by Hurricane Irma.

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