A little over two years ago, Ana and her husband emigrated from Cuba to the United States with hopes and dreams of a better ...
United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education’s Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership and Head Start programs earned high marks from two prestigious national organizations.
A garden adds a pleasant aesthetic to its surroundings. For children, it can open the doors to a career in STEM – science, technology, engineering and math – pathways that are often overlooked by those that are underserved in our community.
Join our United Way’s back-to-school drive. From now until August 2, you can participate by donating something from our wish list and give back to low-income families and children, volunteer to put together supplies kits or host your own back-to-school drive.
Career Connections, a joint initiative between the Beacon Council’s One Community One Goal, Miami-Dade County Public Schools and our United Way, host a series of engaging career exploration panels and Q&As with executives and entrepreneurs in Miami-Dade to inspire high school students.
AMIkids, a long-held United Way partner, is dedicated to help our community’s young people discover the potential within them. Learn how their Path to Success program is providing at-risk youth with experimental education opportunities in a marine environment, with the ultimate goal of reducing recidivism.
Children born into low-income families begin life at a significant disadvantage as compared to children from higher-income families. With nearly 30% of infants in Miami-Dade living in poverty, we are working to level the playing field for all children through our Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership program because one’s zip code shouldn’t predetermine one’s future.
Getting all children off to a strong start, with a high-quality early education that focuses on science, can level the playing field of low-income infant ...
When Jorge expanded his family to include a second foster child, he and his partner were confronted with a wide range of new challenges. Learn how a United Way funded program helped prepare the youngest member of his growing family for kindergarten and beyond.