What is Foster Care? A Breakdown of the Foster Care System
In the United States, not every child can live in a household with their biological parents or guardians. Instead, sometimes children may need to be placed in foster care, an […]
Do More 24
United Way of the National Capital Area will host its 11th annual Do More 24 on May 17, 2023. We invite all community members and nonprofit partners to join us […]
Analyzing Digital Equity in Cities Around the U.S.
As online learning, telehealth and remote work continue to grow in popularity throughout the U.S., questions of digital equity and bridging the digital divide arise. For those who have access […]
United Way Of The National Capital Area Kicks Off Tax Season By Celebrating “EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) Awareness Day”
United Way NCA Financial Empowerment Centers Serve as VITA Sites Offering Free Tax Preparation to Households Earning $59,187or Less to Provide Equitable Financial Assistance Washington, DC (January 27, 2023) – […]
United Way NCA Celebrates Financial Empowerment Center Open House In Partnership With The Greater Washington Urban League
FEC Offers Free Financial Services to Washington DC Residents at the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 26, 2023) – United Way of the National Capital Area (United […]
Vacant Homes vs. Homelessness in Cities Around the U.S.
For many Americans, finding affordable housing continues to be a challenge, whether you’re renting or buying. In today’s real estate market, many overpriced homes sit vacant while populations experiencing homelessness […]
United Way Of The National Capital Area Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Through Day Of Service
MLK Day Serves As An Opportunity for Community Members to Renew Their Commitment To Creating Equity In Health, Education and Economic Opportunity For All WASHINGTON, D.C. (January 12, 2023) – […]