See below to learn about all the great things United Way is doing for our communities.
To celebrate Month of the Young Child and national Drop Everything and Read Day, we’ve recruited volunteer readers to share their favorite childhood story on video. From April 12 to 16, we will release new videos each day after school and before bedtime.
Highlights of recent efforts by UWGC's Eastern Area office.
Kentucky still lags badly when it comes to important measures of progress in early education, such as kindergarten readiness and preschool enrollment.
United Way Success By 6 ® has a single community imperative: Kindergarten readiness is the most important priority for individual and collective school success and the community's long-term economic health. Here are some indicators to see if your child is kindergarten ready.
United Way Day of Action is an invitation to LIVE UNITED and take action to promote early grade reading and kindergarten readiness - join the fun!
Kentucky recently released their statewide kindergarten readiness scores, and the Northern Kentucky region's scores continue to be slightly above the state level, with two districts having shown especially strong improvements within the past year.
United Way is expanding proven strategies in Brown and Clermont counties to help more children enter kindergarten prepared.
A new operating model positions United Way Success By 6 to strengthen our region's early childhood system...
90% of the brain's growth occurs before age five, but our society spends 90% of our education dollars after that. We brought education experts together to discuss what's being done to prepare children for kindergarten...
United Way has been working to ensure children have an optimal start in life for over 10 years and so far, the region is making progress in the pursuit.