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Your Vote Matters: Make it Count

Make your voice heard. Pledge to vote in every election. In the 2016 presidential election, approximately 138 million Americans turned out to vote: that’s only around 58% of eligible voters. […]

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STEM Endorsement Program Helps Teachers Shape Future Leaders

“My girls are learning to become powerful engineers and scientists. It is the new norm and my girls don’t think anything different or that they can’t do it. “ – […]

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Empowering the Next Generation through Mentoring

During this year’s Power of Your Purse Gala, we will celebrate and support the educational achievements of girls and women in our community. We’ll also look to the future as […]

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Parent’s Guide: Internet Safety Tips for Kids

Help your child develop healthy, safe computer habits as they learn to navigate the internet. When you’re connected all day it can be hard to have healthy computer habits. It […]

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Digital Wellness: Creating Healthy Online Habits for Students

Use these tips and resources to create digital wellness practices for your student to help them learn online. The concept of digital wellness is relatively new, and it’s more important […]

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Week 5: 15-30-60 Distance Learning for Early Learners

It can be hard to keep young children occupied during the summer, and even harder to engage them in educational activities. This week’s 15-30-60 post has a variety of materials, […]

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Announcing the Winners of the Reimagine Education Innovation Awards

Now is the time for change. Learn how the 6 winners of the Reimagine Education Innovation Challenge plan to create more equitable classrooms as we return to school. United Way […]

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United Way Volunteers Virtually Connect with Salt Lake Students

In March, the COVID-19 pandemic forced thousands of students, teachers, and school support staff to suddenly vacate school buildings without a specific return date. Almost overnight, teachers, students, and parents […]

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Week 4: 15-30-60 Distance Learning

This week’s 15-30-60 post has resources in science, social studies, and arts that your child can spend 15, 30, or 60 minutes on each day. This can be a fun […]

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Where Your (Virtual) Stuff the Bus Supplies Go

This year, Stuff the Bus 2020 was all virtual. But with 9 company supply drives and over 100 supportive donors, we were able to give over 10,000 students at 25 […]

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Your Vote Matters: Make it Count

Make your voice heard. Pledge to vote in every election. In the 2016 presidential election, approximately 138 million Americans turned out to vote: that’s only around 58% of eligible voters. […]

Read More
STEM Endorsement Program Helps Teachers Shape Future Leaders

“My girls are learning to become powerful engineers and scientists. It is the new norm and my girls don’t think anything different or that they can’t do it. “ – […]

Read More
Empowering the Next Generation through Mentoring

During this year’s Power of Your Purse Gala, we will celebrate and support the educational achievements of girls and women in our community. We’ll also look to the future as […]

Read More
Parent’s Guide: Internet Safety Tips for Kids

Help your child develop healthy, safe computer habits as they learn to navigate the internet. When you’re connected all day it can be hard to have healthy computer habits. It […]

Read More
Digital Wellness: Creating Healthy Online Habits for Students

Use these tips and resources to create digital wellness practices for your student to help them learn online. The concept of digital wellness is relatively new, and it’s more important […]

Read More
Week 5: 15-30-60 Distance Learning for Early Learners

It can be hard to keep young children occupied during the summer, and even harder to engage them in educational activities. This week’s 15-30-60 post has a variety of materials, […]

Read More
Announcing the Winners of the Reimagine Education Innovation Awards

Now is the time for change. Learn how the 6 winners of the Reimagine Education Innovation Challenge plan to create more equitable classrooms as we return to school. United Way […]

Read More
United Way Volunteers Virtually Connect with Salt Lake Students

In March, the COVID-19 pandemic forced thousands of students, teachers, and school support staff to suddenly vacate school buildings without a specific return date. Almost overnight, teachers, students, and parents […]

Read More
Week 4: 15-30-60 Distance Learning

This week’s 15-30-60 post has resources in science, social studies, and arts that your child can spend 15, 30, or 60 minutes on each day. This can be a fun […]

Read More
Where Your (Virtual) Stuff the Bus Supplies Go

This year, Stuff the Bus 2020 was all virtual. But with 9 company supply drives and over 100 supportive donors, we were able to give over 10,000 students at 25 […]

Read More

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