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Wednesday, October 1, 2014
You may have seen our new commercials on television (If not check them out below). They’re inspired by you. We know you don’t need special powers, superhuman strength or fancy gadgets to be a superhero. You’re everywhere – volunteers, donors and advocates lending your voices, giving of your time and resources, and changing lives. Here’s our proof. Thanks to you: Children don’t go hungry over the weekends when they are not in school. Families... Read More
Friday, September 26, 2014
Our team at United Way has been helping deliver meals over the lunch hour for the past few weeks. Seeing the home-delivered meal program at Mandan Golden Age Services in action has been great. And brushing shoulders with all the volunteers, may just be the best part. So, when we stumbled on some #StarionKindnessCash last night, we couldn’t think of a better recipient than Al. Al is a 17-year veteran volunteer with Mandan Golden Age Services.... Read More
Friday, September 26, 2014
Our team at United Way has been helping deliver meals over the lunch hour for the past few weeks. Seeing the home-delivered meal program at Mandan Golden Age Services in action has been great. And brushing shoulders with all the volunteers, may just be the best part. So, when we stumbled on some #StarionKindnessCash last night, we couldn’t think of a better recipient than Al. Al is a 17-year veteran volunteer with Mandan Golden Age Services.... Read More
Friday, September 26, 2014
Our team at United Way has been helping deliver meals over the lunch hour for the past few weeks. Seeing the home-delivered meal program at Mandan Golden Age Services in action has been great. And brushing shoulders with all the volunteers, may just be the best part. So, when we stumbled on some #StarionKindnessCash last night, we couldn’t think of a better recipient than Al. Al is a 17-year veteran volunteer with Mandan Golden Age Services.... Read More
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Take yourself back to middle school for a moment, who was getting bullied, who were the bullies? Maybe you were the bully, maybe you were bullied, perhaps you witnessed the act or stood up for a classmate. You remember, and the simple fact that you do ten, twenty, thirty or more years later, illustrates the severe impact bullying can have. On last year’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 49.5 percent of middle school students in Bismarck-Mandan area... Read More
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Take yourself back to middle school for a moment, who was getting bullied, who were the bullies? Maybe you were the bully, maybe you were bullied, perhaps you witnessed the act or stood up for a classmate. You remember, and the simple fact that you do ten, twenty, thirty or more years later, illustrates the severe impact bullying can have. On last year’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 49.5 percent of middle school students in Bismarck-Mandan area... Read More
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Take yourself back to middle school for a moment, who was getting bullied, who were the bullies? Maybe you were the bully, maybe you were bullied, perhaps you witnessed the act or stood up for a classmate. You remember, and the simple fact that you do ten, twenty, thirty or more years later, illustrates the severe impact bullying can have. On last year’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 49.5 percent of middle school students in Bismarck-Mandan area... Read More
Friday, September 19, 2014
This past school year, more than 35 percent of low-income students in Bismarck and Mandan were not meeting third grade reading proficiency levels. Research indicates that failure to reach this benchmark makes children four times less likely to graduate from high school on time. Knowing those numbers, MSA United Way will hosts it’s annual Coins for a Cause fundraiser in schools throughout the Bismarck-Mandan community to raise money for United... Read More
Friday, September 19, 2014
This past school year, more than 35 percent of low-income students in Bismarck and Mandan were not meeting third grade reading proficiency levels. Research indicates that failure to reach this benchmark makes children four times less likely to graduate from high school on time. Knowing those numbers, MSA United Way will hosts it’s annual Coins for a Cause fundraiser in schools throughout the Bismarck-Mandan community to raise money for United... Read More
Friday, September 19, 2014
This past school year, more than 35 percent of low-income students in Bismarck and Mandan were not meeting third grade reading proficiency levels. Research indicates that failure to reach this benchmark makes children four times less likely to graduate from high school on time. Knowing those numbers, MSA United Way will hosts it’s annual Coins for a Cause fundraiser in schools throughout the Bismarck-Mandan community to raise money for United... Read More

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