Weekly Wrap Up: September 30, 2016

It's hard to believe that October is nearly here. The leaves are starting to turn, nights are starting to get chilly and our weekends are filled with football and pumpkin patches. Fall also means that United Way's around Michigan are in full campaign mode! Here's what happened around the state this week:

Last Day to Register for the MI-CHAP Summit!

Today is the last day to register for the first MI-CHAP Summit! The MI-CHAP Summit will raise awareness about MI-CHAP's mission and goal while sharing and celebrating in MI-CHAPs progress thus far. Join us, as we provide relevant networking and professional development opportunities for MI-CHAP staff and stakeholders and engage MI-CHAP staff, stakeholders and interested parties in developing what's next for MI-CHAP - now and into the future.


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AT&T Donates $5,000 to the United Way of Midland County

Continuing their legacy of support for the United Way at a state and national level, AT&T donated $5,000 to the United Way of Midland County earlier this week.  The United Way of Midland County will use the monies to support programs around Midland County. “AT&T shares United Way’s commitment to strengthening communities and improving lives,” said Jim Murray, AT&T Michigan president. “The United Way of Midland County’s support for programs with proven results in our community improves the lives of our citizens by connecting them with resources and expertise that helps them succeed.”


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United Way of the Battle Creek & Kalamazoo Region to hold community presentation

Tonight at 7:30 pm, the United Way of the Battle Creek & Kalamazoo Region will review it's on-going community programs and discus the importance of reaching community-level goals. The presentation,  “Changing the Story Together: A Community Where All People Realize Their Full Potential,” will be given by CEO Mike Larson. This presentation is set to last from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Dean’s Conference Room in Schneider Hall.


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