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UWCE Exceeds Campaign Goal, Raises $8,465,604

UWCE exceeds campaign goal, raises $8,465,604

Savannah, GA (November 18, 2016) – United Way of the Coastal Empire announced the final total of this year’s fundraising efforts at the Victory Celebration held at the Hyatt Regency in Savannah. Donors exceeded the goal of $8,338,000, raising $8,465,604.…

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UWCE Receives $2.1 Million From Gulfstream

UWCE receives $2.1 million from Gulfstream

Savannah, GA (November 7, 2016) – The spirit of giving back to the community is deeply embedded in the culture of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. Today, the company presented a $2.1 million gift to United Way of the Coastal Empire to…

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UWCE 2016 Campaign Hits 50% Of Goal

UWCE 2016 Campaign hits 50% of goal

Savannah, GA (October 26, 2016) – Enthusiasm and generosity keep United Way strong! United Way of the Coastal Empire, which supports more than 100 human service programs provided by 58 nonprofit organizations, announced today that $4,159,807 has been raised toward…

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UWCE Is Set To Help The Local Disaster Efforts

UWCE is set to help the local disaster efforts

Find Help! United Way is here to help!  If you're looking for services and other resources after Hurricane Matthew, dial 2-1-1 or visit 2-1-1. Give! Agencies working on the front lines of relief efforts need your continued support to ensure…

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UWCE Sets 2016 Campaign Goal At $8,338,000

UWCE sets 2016 campaign goal at $8,338,000

Savannah, GA (September 8, 2016) – More than 1,100 citizens gathered at the Savannah Civic Center to kick off the annual campaign for United Way of the Coastal Empire and celebrate what the organization does to improve lives in our…

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UWCE RECEIVES SCHOOL UNIFORMS FROM BELK

UWCE RECEIVES SCHOOL UNIFORMS FROM BELK

Savannah, GA (July 26, 2016) – Belk Savannah Region presented 1,080 school uniforms to United Way of the Coastal Empire to distribute to children in need through the school system. This generous donation ensures students, whose families cannot afford school…

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