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Community Investment Process February-23-2015
An important part of United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s work is the annual review of local not-for-profit programs that seek affiliation and grant funding from United Way. It’s an excitin
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Community Impact Grant Applications Available February-23-2015
The United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s 2015 Community Impact Grant Application forms are available at www.unitedwayswmn.org (Your United Way tab – Community Impact Grants section). All gr
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250000th Imagination Library Book Recipient February-13-2015
This article is the third in a four part series focusing on the Imagination Library Program. The final article will demonstrate additional ways the program is benefiting the region. Previous articles
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Additional Community Uses for Imagination Library Books February-13-2015
This article is the fourth in a four part series focusing on the Imagination Library Program. Previous articles highlighted the global and local impact, history of the program and featured a local Ima
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2014-15 Campaign Results Announced by United Way of Southwest Minnesota February-10-2015
United Way of Southwest Minnesota (UWSWMN) reports a total of $550,001.15 was raised during the 2014-15 fund-raising campaign in this area.  Dollars raised will stay local to benefit people livin
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- "It's Your Money" Workshops Scheduled

"It's Your Money...manage it, protect it, help it grow" is a series of workshops based upon realistic and practical information about managing money.  The 3-part series will be held at Marshall-Lyon County Library on Monday, Feb 25; Monday, March 11 and Monday, March 25.  All workshops will be held from 5:45 - 7:00 PM.  CLICK HERE for flyer.

 

The Feb 25 session will focus on planning spending and saving.  The March 11 session will focus on managing credit and debt.  The March 25 session will be about protecting privacy and preventing identity theft.

 

The workshops are free and open to the public.  These are sponsored by the Financial Empowerment Collaborative, local people who care about the financial stability of people in this area.  Resources and links can be found at the FEC webpage: MarshallMoney.org