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Volunteer Spotlight: Larry Show

Larry Show, General Manager of Lineage Logistics in Effingham County, is leading his life with purpose. A military veteran, Larry has dedicated much of his time to serving others and he continues to do so wholeheartedly. For nearly 10 years…

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Loyal Contributor: Stacey Johnson

Stacey Johnson has been an employee for United Way of the Coastal Empire for nearly half of its history. This year marks her 30th anniversary as a United Way staff member. Over time, Stacey has been a witness to countless…

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Thank You

United Way of the Coastal Empire extends our sincere gratitude to everyone, from all across the region, who has given their time, talent, and treasure. By mobilizing the caring power of the community, you remind us all of the importance…

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2020 Donors

Thanks to you and these local companies/organizations, we can continue to help those in need.

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2020 Highlights

Looking Back 2020 has been one unforgettable year! Despite whatever challenges we've had to overcome, United Way of the Coastal Empire is choosing to acknowledge our most positive moments...all made possible because of YOU.

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UNITED WAY DISTRIBUTES 7,500 BOOKS TO PROMOTE LITERACY

SAVANNAH, GA (December 2, 2020) – In partnership with Vaden Nissan Hinesville, United Way of the Coastal Empire kicked-off the Read United program to promote early childhood literacy and celebrate the joy of reading. Joined by countless volunteers, yesterday, United…

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UNITED WAY INVITES PROPOSALS FOR 2021 COMMUNITY FUND

SAVANNAH, GA (November 13, 2020) – United Way of the Coastal Empire invites nonprofits serving Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty Counties to apply for its 2021 Community Fund. Funding proposals should specifically address emerging or growing community needs as a…

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TRANSPORTATION: IT’S MORE THAN A RIDE

3.5 hours.  That’s how long I sat in my idling car snaking through the parking lot to get my COVID test, with hundreds of fellow Savannahians in their idling cars.  Frustrated, grumpy, and thankfully COVID-free, I bemoaned the state of…

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