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The application for 2022-23 United Way California Capital Region (UWCCR) certification is now open for local nonprofits. The deadline for 2021-2022 United Way certification is February 4, 2022.
To be considered as a certified agency with UWCCR, you must meet the following requirements:
United Way California Capital Region received an anonymous donation of $65,000 with the agreement that the money be distributed to families in our 5-county region before Dec. 25. With this unexpected windfall, United Way was able to work with community partners to ensure that this holiday wish was carried out.
Dr. Dawnté Early has been named president and CEO of United Way California Capital Region. She will begin the position on Nov. 16, leading the local United Way chapter into its 100th anniversary year.
Standing United for Inclusion and Equity
United Way California Capital Region Statement on Racism and Injustice
People across the country are expressing their outrage for the killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, and too many more.
Our United Way shares these feelings of sadness and outrage toward racial violence and injustice in our country. We are also asking ourselves how we can make a difference during this difficult time. If we are committed to building stronger, healthier, and more compassionate communities, then we must channel our justifiable outrage to collaborative action.
We must stand united for justice.
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