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Tuesday, November 17, 2015
This Monday from 9-noon, Upper Keys Director of Resource Development, Ann Sandlin, and AmeriCorps VISTA, Chelsea Wait, represented UWFK at the Monroe County Continuum of Care Providers Fair. Other providers in attendance were the Domestic Abuse Shelter, AIDS Inc, Florida Keys Outreach Coalition, and many more. The fair served to provide the public with information about the nonprofit resources available to them.    
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
On October 14th, Mangia Mangia restaurant donated 25% of all dinner proceeds to United Way of the Florida Keys. Board members, community nonprofit partners, and supporters of UWFK showed up for a delicious pasta dinner benefiting UWFK work! Pictures were released the following day in Konk Life and Mile Marker News.(click on the picture for a link to the gallery)  
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
United Way of the Florida Keys will distribute a total of $155,000 in grants to 15 nonprofit agencies in 2015-16. The 15 agencies were among 17 that applied for funding in one of three United Way focus areas: access to nutritious food for people in critical need; early childhood or after-school care with an educational or positive behavioral component; or safety net services, including information and referral or short-term emergency...
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
What an incredible day! UPS, located in Stratford, delivered close to six-hundred children’s books to Optimus Health Care as a result of the Dr. Jim Crispino Book Challenge. This year, UPS staff started their spring cleaning quite early as they United Way operates successful programs like Born Learning to encourage parents and educators to participate fully and in positive ways during a child's earliest learning stages. By raising...

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