Filiberto has had a couple of unfortunate surprises. With the passing of time, life has gotten just a little more difficult for him. When he stepped in to help raise his grandchildren, he quickly realized that he started to need some support of his own. Thanks to United Way and United HomeCare, he is able to stay at home with his family while getting the assistance he needs to live his best life.
Sandrell, a single mother, enrolled her daughter Rachel at a young age in one of United Way’s partner agencies, the Girl Scouts of Tropical Florida. Rachel’s involvement has helped her prepare for the real world — even before she was able to understand what the real world was.
Code/Art, the winner of Inspire305’s first Grand Innovator award grant, is continuing to inspire girls to code. The Miami-based nonprofit is on a mission to increase the number of girls studying computer science by motivating them with the creative possibilities of computer programming.
Karie, her husband and their five children have encountered many struggles along the way. But thanks to some of our programs, like the United Way Center for Excellence in Early Education, Karie and her husband Jason are staying positive as they welcome their new baby.
Finances are just one of the many struggles veterans face upon their return to civilian life. Discover how Derek overcame his challenges with the help of United Way Mission United, a program dedicated to serving veterans and their families.
Being diagnosed with retinoblastoma and losing his vision as a toddler has not stopped Silvio from thriving into an optimistic 8th grader with a passion for learning and love of music and singing.