| 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.
| 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.
| PortOrangeObserver.com |
This group of volunteers was organized by the United Way of Volusia/Flagler counties, who had around 30 locations planned out ahead of time of which to send volunteers.
| 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.
| The Daytona Beach News-Journal |
As you have probably read, United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties has entered into a new Community Impact model…This United Way is at a crossroad. We have the model, programs and the focus needed to make this a stronger