Serving and Smiles – That’s what literally takes place every Friday lunch as the members of the WISE (Wellness in Senior Education) program are treated to food, fellowship and Bingo. This outreach program of Wesley House is heavily dependent upon the network of local Methodist Churches (along with funding from United Way), and often the WISE […]
United Way has partnered with Great Schools Partnership and Pellissippi State Community College on the inaugural CodeTN competition. High School teams of coders solving a real problem with their software will compete in front of a panel of judges for a chance to win classroom scholarships and help with making their software worldwide! Each team […]
United Way of Greater Knoxville’s Caleb Fristoe, center, confers with Mayor Madeline Rogero during their Smarter Cities Stakeholder Council public meeting. Knoxville was selected for an IBM Smarter Cities Challenge grant which has resulted in a multi-prong effort to help low-income residents weatherize their homes and learn more about energy efficiency to reduce the need for […]
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City of Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero and Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett jointly proclaimed American Education Week, November 18-22, in our community. Representatives from many agencies receiving education-related grants from United Way of Greater Knoxville joined School Superintendent Jim McIntyre and School Board Chair Lynne Fugate for the presentation. This year United Way of […]
Under the Federal Affordable Care Act, new competitive private health insurance marketplaces—called the Affordable Insurance Exchanges or “Exchanges”—will provide millions of Americans and small businesses with access to affordable health care coverage. In Tennessee, a Federally funded Exchange will help insure more than half a million Tennesseans who do not qualify currently for Medicaid or […]