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Duke Energy in Canby has Campaign Kick-Off September-18-2014
Duke Energy-Canby kicked off their United Way workplace campaign today! The kick-off included breakfast and a game demonstrating community impact and the reach of United Way throughout Southwest Minne
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Advance Opportunities Kicks Off Workplace Campaign September-15-2014
Advance Opportunities kicked off their United Way workplace campaign today as part of an all staff in-service! United Way was able to visit with staff about the impact being made throughout Southwest
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United Way of Southwest Minnesota Awards Community Impact Grants September-11-2014
The United Way of Southwest Minnesota (UWSWMN) has invested more than $4 million dollars throughout our region in the last 10 years. The UWSWMN serves Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Yellow Medicine and portio
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LIVE UNITED. GIVE UNITED. GROW UNITED. August-26-2014
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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Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive Benefits Dawson Boyd Students August-18-2014
The Stuff the Bus School Supply Drive collected supplies and backpacks for 25 participating schools within the United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s service area, assisting an estimated 3,500 stud
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- Special Community Project Grant Deadline February 1, 2013

February 1, 2013 is the deadline for applications for the second round of grants from the 2012-13 Special Community Project Grant fund.

 

 

This past fall United Way awarded grants totaling $11,200 to three different organizations from this fund.  $15,000 was targeted in July for use by area non-profit organizations during 2012-13 to better serve area residents during this fiscal year by United Way of Southwest Minnesota.

 

 

Organizations can download the Special Community Project Grant application and read more about the Goals for the Common Good at the "Your United Way - Community Impact" section of UnitedWaySWMN.org or contact United Way of Southwest Minnesota at 507-929-2273.  All Special Community Project Grant applications will be reviewed by a team of local volunteers who will make recommendations regarding funding to the United Way of Southwest Minnesota board of directors.

 


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.