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Tax Deduction Legislation

United Way Worldwide (UWW) and United Way of North Carolina continue to advocate to protect the charitable deduction. In the federal tax reform framework released a few weeks ago, the charitable deduction was preserved but it was retained as an itemized deduction. This would have a significant impact on charitable giving due to the proposed increase in the standard deduction. It is expected that 28 million people would lose their tax incentive to give, potentially resulting in $13.1 billion less in giving each year. 

Coordinators Rock: Ginny Spencer Eudy, Enka Middle School

 

As part of Coordinators Appreciation Week (#CoordinatorsRock), we are highlighting our amazing Resource Coordinators who serve at four area middle schools: Asheville, Enka, Erwin and Owen. It is the job of each Resource Coordinator to foster and organize strong, impactful partnerships and ensure we are responding to the unique needs of their school and community.

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Coordinators Rock: Shari Smith, Asheville Middle School

 

As part of Coordinators Appreciation Week (#CoordinatorsRock), we are highlighting our amazing Resource Coordinators who serve at four area middle schools: Asheville, Enka, Erwin and Owen. It is the job of each Resource Coordinator to foster and organize strong, impactful partnerships and ensure we are responding to the unique needs of their school and community.

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Coordinators Rock: Linnea Burgevin, Erwin Middle School

 

As part of Coordinators Appreciation Week (#CoordinatorsRock), we are highlighting our amazing Resource Coordinators who serve at four area middle schools: Asheville, Enka, Erwin and Owen. It is the job of each Resource Coordinator to foster and organize strong, impactful partnerships and ensure we are responding to the unique needs of their school and community.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Launch 100 Mentors Campaign

United Way's Middle School Success Initiative is working to build a strong network of partners that are committed to successful students, strong families, and engaged communities. 

One of our efforts is our Who Got You Through (WGYT) campaign. Through WGYT, we promote volunteer opportunties (mentoring/tutoring, in-school/after-school, one-on-one/group experiences), that support students. 

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