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United Way California Capital Region is partnering with BookNook to provide virtual literacy tutoring to students in need of support. Volunteer to lend your support as a virtual tutor. Volunteers are asked to commit to 3 months of consistent virtual tutoring (at least 1 hour a week, split into 2 30-minute sessions).
For almost 20 years our Women United membership has been dedicated to the idea that addressing the most critical needs of our local foster youth community will enrich the entire community as a whole and creates a better life for us all. And this year could be our most critical of them all.
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.
United Way California Capital Region (UWCCR) is responding to the Coronavirus COVID-19 health crisis in a variety of ways to ensure the health and safety of our staff and community programs. Below is an update of how we’ve been able to ensure continuity of operations and vital community programs as well as the announcement of our UWCCR COVID-19 Local Relief Fund.