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Milestones for Kids

Five is an exciting age for many children. It marks the year that most children enter kindergarten– leaving their family for the first time to engage in a formal education with their peers. By age 5, kids should be demonstrating key social, cognitive…

Community Story: Safe Storage is Key in Poison Prevention

Mosella is a loving grandma and has been the legal guardian of her five-year old grandson, Ethan, since he was 10-months old. Ethan is an adventurous child that…

Fight for Childhood Success

United Way is fighting to ensure all children get a strong start and are given a solid foundation for success in school and life. Research tells us that 90% of a child’s brain develops in the first five years of life.

Milestones for Kids

Five is an exciting age for many children. It marks the year that most children enter kindergarten– leaving their family for the first time to engage in a formal education with their peers. By age 5, kids should be demonstrating key social, cognitive…

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What Difference Will You Make?

As Mandela Day inspires people throughout the world to serve – even in small ways – today and every day, consider connecting with the United Way team about how you can help children get a good start in life through…

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Let’s Fight Summer Slide

Free summer reading activities are available to kids at three area school libraries, including story hour, crafts, and snacks. These activities promote high-quality learning activities that build on kids’ learning achievements…

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Create, Connect, Contribute

Each year, more and more older adults are making a positive impact in and around Williamson County. As volunteers, employees, employers, educators, mentors, advocates and more, they offer insight and experience that…

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Take A Stand: Denim Day

On April 24— the 20th anniversary of Denim Day— millions of people across the world will wear jeans with a purpose, support survivors, and educate themselves and others about all forms of sexual violence. April is Sexual Assault….

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