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The Ribbon Has Been Cut July-29-2014
The Ribbon has been officially cut! 

Today marks the grand opening of the Granite Falls Born Learning Trail. Located in Rice Park, this amenity will be used by families for years to
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Marshall GreenStep Business July-29-2014
Congratulations, United Way of Southwest Minnesota has been recognized as a Marshall GreenStep Business with 16  points and will be listed on the www.marshallgreenstep.org website!  On behal
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Stuff the Bus at HyVee July-29-2014
Thank you to everyone who helped us Stuff the Bus at Hy-Vee last Friday and donated cash at the register throughout the weekend! We collected about 1000 donated items, plus $900 in donations (some cas
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United Way Membership Requirements and Network Benefits July-29-2014
United Way of Southwest Minnesota (UWSWMN) unites people and resources to improve lives in the area with a focus on education, income (financial stability), health, safety & well-being, and hunger
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Gatzke Completes United Way Internship July-17-2014
Brittany Gatzke is a senior at Southwest Minnesota State University and is double majoring in Early Childhood Elementary Education and Early Childhood Special Education. She is originally from Hitchco
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- United Way of Southwest Minnesota Campaign Update (1-2-13)

United Way of Southwest Minnesota reports that $ 506,784 in donations and pledges has been recorded to date during the 2012-13 annual fund-raising campaign.  This is 96.5 % of the campaign goal.  The annual campaign runs through the month of January.

 

 

 

All funds raised during the annual campaign will be used to support local programs and services in this area that focus on education, income and health with a targeted emphasis on early childhood literacy and school readiness, fighting hunger and promoting safety and well-being.

 

 

 

United Way of Southwest Minnesota is an autonomous, local organization working to create lasting changes in people's lives and the communities in Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Yellow Medicine and western Redwood Counties of Minnesota.