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Duke Energy tackles the grounds at Owen Middle School

Last week, Duke Energy had over a dozen volunteers working out at Owen Middle School. Volunteers spread a base layer of mulch on a soon-to-be ropes course, as well as built some low elements of the ropes course. Volunteers also cleared invasive species to make room for outdoor classrooms. All of these projects are part of Owen Middle School's Natural Impact Initiative.


WNC Nonprofit Pathways Editorial

United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County is a co-founder and ongoing supporter of WNC Nonprofit Pathways. This organization is dedicated to the ongoing support and cultivation of the nonprofit sector in our region. Last week, Cindy McMahon, senior consultant for the group, shared some thoughts on the state of nonprofits in the current times and some lessons for us all to consider.


The Hero Effect Returns May 13th

The Hero Effect is an uplifting docu-series that brings to life the stories of ordinary individuals who are making extraordinary differences in their communities. Shot on location in ten different communities across the country, each episode brings audiences real-life stories that show the impact one person can make.

Middle School Success Investment Opportunities

Ensuring that all students have someone to help them carry those heavy bags is no easy task, because it isn’t always just about supporting the student; it is also about helping their family and community navigate these issues too.

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Meet our United Way neighbors: Arts for Life

Here at 50 South French Broad avenue, United Way staff work in the bottom quarter of the building. The rest of the building is rented by tenants from non-profits and businesses. Each month, we will be highlighting one of these organizations to share with you. 

This month, it's Arts for Life