Last week, I discussed our historical investments in early childhood education and the systemic improvements resulting from that work. This week, I invite you to buckle up and take a look at what we do now.
The theme of our next Virtual Bus Tour is “How United Way Invests in Early Education”. At 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 18, you can ride United Way’s Virtual Bus to learn not only how our work over the past 20 years advanced systemic change, but see for yourself how we are helping more children show up ready to learn in kindergarten. On this tour, guests will see a diversity of early education programs, including center-based care, home visiting and school-based efforts.
We will visit Clermont and Brown County to learn how United Way supports a strong system of care in the region and how early education services are critical in helping families build strong financial foundations and thrive. I’ll be one of several presenters on the tour.
Virtual bus tours offer the public the opportunity to see first-hand – without leaving their seat -- the impact of United Way investments in Greater Cincinnati. Participants experience how services are provided, hear from non-profit partners and learn more about the community solutions United Way leads.
Our previous Virtual Bus Tour was well attended and many complimented us on how much they learned about United Way and its investments in Black-led programs. We hope you’ll join us this time.