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Sandra Chavez, UWL Board Chair

$2.8M to Advance the Common Good

With an introduction by Red Cedar Elementary students holding cards that read “Live United,” the United Way of the Lowcountry announced its 2012 fundraising goal of $2.8 million to “Advance the Common Good.” The event marked the last campaign kickoff for Clarece Walker, CEO of United Way of the Lowcountry. Earlier this year she announced…

Food Insecurity

Many individuals in our Lowcountry community find it difficult to build a better life when they are struggling to feed themselves and their families. Families in crisis and the elderly are increasingly dealing with hunger as fact of life. A CNN documentary series Witnesses to Hunger indicates that the “scientific term for hunger is ‘food…

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