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It's been quite a year! As the end of 2014 gets ever closer, we'd like to take a look at the blog posts you visited the most this year. From celebrating milestones to personal insights to issues that affect middle school students, the topics listed show there are many ways to go about making Asheville and Buncombe County an even greater community for everyone who lives here. You can even re-experience staff members dumping buckets of cold water on themselves. (Remember when that was the biggest thing on the internet?)
Time flies for those who LIVE UNITED! As we approach the end of 2014, we'd like to take a look back at the ways you give, advocate and volunteer.
Your relationship with United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County doesn't end with a donation or a day of service. Often, that's just the beginning. So you feel confident in your investments of time, talent and treasure, we strive to stay in touch throughout the year through newsletters, blog posts and news updates on our website, social media, snail mail, and events.
I’m Nikki Mitchell, Events & Promotions Director at Asheville Radio Group, and I am proud to Live United!
GMC, the official vehicle of the National Football League (NFL) has generously donated 70 Super Bowl XLV tickets to help United Way bring awareness and impact to the issue of youth health and wellness.
Through January 9, 35 Super Bowl packages—two game tickets, a four night stay at an NFL-sanctioned hotel, a private meet-and-greet with former NFL players including two-time Super Bowl champion Deion Sanders, and more—will be auctioned at www.NFL.com/auction.