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Fighting summer food insecurity for our community’s students

Fighting summer food insecurity for our community’s students In 2015, almost half of all Tennessee students (48.9%) participated in the Free and Reduced Price school meal program, with more than 5,000 Williamson County students participating. When school is not in...
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Prescription discount card saves on multiple levels

Prescription discount card saves on multiple levels Nearly half of all adults in the U.S. have at least one chronic condition, according to the CDC. And often, lifestyle changes aren’t enough to treat those conditions. For many, prescription medications are critical...
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Shred your documents to protect yourself from identity theft

Shred your documents to protect yourself from identity theft When someone uses your identity to obtain credit—whether by opening credit cards or signing up for utilities or even going to the doctor—and then fails to pay the bill, the outstanding debt can show up on...
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Alternative Spring Break in full swing

Alternative Spring Break in full swing It’s Spring Break in Williamson County, and not just for the locals. Dozens of college students from throughout the U.S. skipped the beach this year to instead make a difference in people’s lives in Williamson County as part of...

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Who decides where the money goes?

Who decides where the money goes? Have you ever wondered who decides where your United Way of Williamson County Community Impact Fund contributions go? Volunteers just like you. People who live and/or work in Williamson County – longtime residents and newcomers;...

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Make an impact with Alternative Spring Break

Make an impact with Alternative Spring Break Spring is coming up soon, which means now is the time to start making those Spring Break plans. And we're thrilled to again offer college students an "alternative" with our Alternative Spring Break. Last year, dozens of...

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Ensuring care for the most vulnerable

Ensuring care for the most vulnerable Cold and flu season is in full effect in Tennessee, with the CDC reporting hundreds of confirmed cases locally. For many people, catching the cold or flu is simply an inconvenience -- Really, who has time to be sick? -- For them,...

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