Autism awareness

Living With a Child With Autism

Another name for Autism Awareness Month is Autism Acceptance Month. That’s what Kendra Haynes, whose son Carey was diagnosed at age 3, prefers to celebrate.

Our Volunteers Make Our Work Possible - UWDE Volunteers at Wilmington Public Library

Celebrating Our United Way of Delaware Volunteers

April is National Volunteer Month, and as we close out the month, it’s time to shine a spotlight on the stars who illuminate our path with their unwavering...
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UWDE President and CEO Michelle Taylor Visits the White House

United Way of Delaware President and CEO Michelle A. Taylor, Ed. D., visited the White House along with other Delaware leaders on April 13, 2024, as part of the...
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One Year After the Sussex Tornado, Neighbors Are Still Struggling

UWDE Sussex County Staff Member Sarah Carter Advocates For Tornado Victims One Year After The Deadly Storm

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United Way of Delaware Staff Comment on Delaware Poverty, ALICE

UWDE Chief Operating Officer Dan Cruce and VP of Engagement & Partnerships Tierra Fair Discuss Poverty and ALICE in Delaware.

As Seen In Delaware Business Times

Do More 24 Campaign Breaks Donor Records

Do More 24 Delaware held its ninth annual campaign with a record of nearly 20,500 donors and brought in over $2.3 million for more than 500 Delaware nonprofits...
The Shepherds Office DoMore24 Leader

The Shepherd’s Office: Do More 24 Fundraising Leader

The DoMore24 Campaign for 2024 is in the books, and a small but mighty nonprofit from Georgetown took in more fundraising dollars than all others. How did The Shepherds...
United Way of Delaware - Celebrating Women's History Month 2024

Celebrating Women’s History Month 2024

Stories of Courage & Contributions: Women's History Month in Delaware March is a month that shines a spotlight on the extraordinary achievements of women throughout...
DRJC Feel Good Friday Takeover

DRJC Takes Over Feel Good Friday: Black History Month 2024

February is Black History Month, and rather than looking back, UWDE President and CEO Michelle A. Taylor wants to call February “Black Culture Month,” and look at...

Pathways to Freedom: The Role of the Underground Railroad in Delaware’s History

The Underground Railroad, which provided a clandestine network for enslaved persons seeking freedom, is an important aspect of the history of Delaware. As a border...
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United Way of Delaware’s Sarah Carter Spreads News About the Earned Income Tax Credit

UWDE Manager for Sussex Engagement Sarah “Cha Cha” Carter joined Sen. Tom Carper and First State Community Action Agency’s Bernice Edwards to discuss...

Celebrating Black History Month in Delaware – February 2024

Welcome to a journey through Delaware's rich African American heritage this Black History Month. Join us on this exploration with this curated list of Black History...


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