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- A Letter to United Way Supporters
- LIVE UNITED: BE THE ONE 2013 Campaign Kick-Off
- 2013 Women's Leadership Luncheon
- 2014 Day of Caring Volunteer Event & Thank You
- 2013 LIVE UNITED T-Shirt Day
- Welcome to Our New Website!
- Watch Roger Staubach's first United Way commercial and others from the last 40 years here
- USA WEEKEND Magazine sponsors Make A Difference Day
- See who sported their t's for 2013 LIVE UNITED Tshirt Day
- Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Giving Tuesday. LIVE UNITED Today!
- U.S. Bank Employees get "pie-d" for United Way to celebrate their outstanding campaign
- Announcing...Our 2014 United Way 35 Under 35 Women's Leadership Program Participants
- United Way's new approach is intended to give donors a better picture of their return on investment
- It's not about CHARITY. It's about CHANGE.
- United Way teams up with Target to Share-A-Tree with families in need
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- 1 more step toward quality child care: North Dakota launches Bright & Early North Dakota statewide
- 2013 Campaign Announcement Media Event & Thank you Reception
- Now Accepting Nominations for the 2013 Fredrick W. Donath Campaign Award
- We have achieved and exceeded our 2013 Campaign Goal of $5.2 million!
- It's tax time! What you need to know about preparing your tax return with your gift to United Way
- United Way of Cass-Clay 2013 Report to the Community Now Available
- Congratulations to our 2013 BE THE ONE Award Winners!
- 2014 Annual Meeting and Celebration of ONE
- Did you miss the 2014 Annual Meeting and Celebration of ONE?
- The Power of Community Involvement
- United Way Celebrates National Volunteer Week
- Individualism or the Common Good? We need both.
- May 10 is the National Letter Carriers' Food Drive and YOU can help!
- Education That Works: Educational Leaders, the Economic Development Corporation, and United Way
- United Way Celebrates May Day by Celebrating Education
- Launching "Education that Works" for students, teachers and our future workforce
- United Way announces 2015-2016 investments in Community Partners providing Basic Needs
- $ 5 lunch on Thursday at all Hornbacher's locations! Gobble It Up for United Way
- A letter from our 2014 Board Chair, Mark Jensen-Thanks from the United Way
- 16th Annual School Supply Drive kicks off today-donation and volunteer info!
- REGISTER TO VOLUNTEER FOR SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE HERE
- You are invited to the 2014 United Way Kick Off Event on September 9 featuring Hugh Weber
- The 2014 Campaign Materials are ready for you! Check 'em out!
- YOUNG PEOPLE, UNITE! The NEW Emerging Leaders in Giving Program has launched
- Applications for the 2015 35 Under 35 Women's Leadership Program are now available
- Volunteer registration is now open for the 2014 Day of Caring
- Join nearly 700 women to support United Way's work in EDUCATION on Nov 6-EVENT IS SOLD OUT
- UNITED for Jefferson Neighborhood
- 23rd Annual Day of Caring
- 35 Under 35 Alumni come together for Women’s Build for Habitat for Humanity
- Want to Stay Active and Improve Your Health as You Grow Older? Volunteer!
- Want to Stay Active and Improve Your Health as You Grow Older? Volunteer!
- Want to see what lasting change looks like?
- Monte’s Downtown launches DINE UNITED in partnership with United Way
- West Acres - BOOtiful Night: Trick or Treating
- Watch videos of the 2014 Kick Off Event
- United Way of Cass-Clay collaborates to lead first-ever regional workforce study
- 2014 LIVE UNITED T-Shirt Day
- US Bank Reveals Campaign Total
- Giving THANKS to our Volunteers!
- Essentia employee gets a VIP limo ride to work as part of United Way Campaign
- Proudly announcing the 2015 participants of the United Way 35 Under 35 Women's Leadership Program
- United Way of Cass-Clay has officially reached the $3.5 million mark on our way to the 2014 campaign
- United Way Partners with Target to spread holiday cheer
- Apply to volunteer for 2015 Community Investment Review Panel
- Join us for Coffee and 2014 Campaign Results on Feb 6
- 5 Reasons to Celebrate Volunteer Mentors
- How to Make Your New Year’s Resolution Mean Something—Advice from Maya Moore
- Join us for the 2015 Annual Meeting and Volunteer Awards Featuring Keynote Speaker Wes Moore
- Now Accepting Nominations for the 2014 Frederick W. Donath Campaign Award
- Mission Gratitude: Mission Accepted
- The 2014 Annual Report to the Community has been officially released!
- United Way welcomes new board members in 2015
- Volunteers Meet to Launch 2015 Campaign Cabinet
- May 1st Brings 4th Annual May Day Baskets of Books!
- Local Organizations Receive National Recognition from United Way
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- Regional Workforce Study Results Announced-United Way to Take Action to Address Workforce Challenges
- Millennials Move Mountains
- 2015 School Supply Drive - How to Donate & Receive Supplies
- 2015 School Supply Drive Equips 5,260 Students for the School Year
- YOUR IRA CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION WILL HELP IMPROVE LIVES IN OUR COMMUNITY.
- MISSION GRATITUDE: Congrats to our LIVE UNITED Award Nominees!
- Introducing the nominees of the NEW “LIVE UNITED Catalyst of the Year” Award
- United Way names Kristi Huber as President
- Now accepting nominations for the 2016 LIVE UNITED Leader of the Year Award
- United Way makes new investment to help West Fargo students access mental health services
UNITED for Education
When you invest with United Way of Cass-Clay you’re investing in the future.
United Way of Cass-Clay (United Way) has made long-standing investments in our community that support education goals. In 2013, United Way announced a new three year collaborative approach to making investments called the UNITED for Education Collaborative that began to address some of the root causes of academic disparities between low socio-economic students and all students. Data continually demonstrates that these academic achievement disparities create long-term economic development challenges for our community; investments made early in a child and families’ life will have greater long-term return on investment for the community. United Way is now seeking to replicate and scale demonstrable and innovative approaches to provide opportunities for children to succeed.
United Way will be opening a grant application cycle and accepting requests for proposal (RFP) for a three year funding cycle (2017-2019). For more information, click here.
For questions regarding this collaborative, please contact: Thomas Hill, Community Impact Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 701.237.5050
Comprehensive Youth Development
Offers positive ways to help youth develop values, self-confidence, and discipline needed for living a successful, productive and wholesome life. Boys from 1st grade through age 18 are eligible to participate in programming.Learn More
Youth Commission, The Club & Preschool
Provides safe, convient, flexible, and affordable youth development programs for youth ages 3-17.Learn More
A 16-session group intervention for adolescents exposed to chronic types of trauma and/or stressors. The program is specifically targeted toward youth from diverse backgrounds. Four core skills are taught during the program: communication and connection with others, problem-solving and creating meaning, coping more effectively in the moment, and cultivating awareness. The objective of SPARCS is to lower anxiety, depression, and behavioral problems.Learn More
Youth Development Program
A skill based youth development program designed specifically for refugee youth and offers a continuum of care. The program focuses on improving social interaction and literacy levels through relationships with established mentors.Learn More
Even Start Literacy Program
Provides family literacy services to low income families with an education need residing in Cass County. Even Start provides educational service to both the parent and child and improves the future of two generations. For those families with limited English, these opportunities are essential for language and literacy acquisition and provide the keys to self-sufficiency. The program integrates early childhood education, adult literacy and English Language Learner (ELL) instruction, parent education and interactive parent-child activities into a unified program.Learn More
Nurse Family Partnership
Partners first time mothers with a registered nurse early in a pregnancy and provides support through the child's second birthday.Learn More
Engages girls in Cass-Clay counties in hands-on learning activities on a year round basis giving them opportunities to build skills that will make a positive impact on their lives. Education is focused on leadership and self-esteem, environmental awareness, financial literacy, health and wellness, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), the arts, and travel.Learn More
Child Care Aware
Assists families in their search for quality child care by supplying families with individualized referrals to all type of child care as well as informative consultation and resources to help them evaluate and choose appropriate care for their children. They also advance the implementation of high quality early childhood program standards and giving child care providers access to knowledge and skills.
Head Start Summer School
Head Start Summer School is the opportunity of low-income children to avoid a "summer slide" by continuing school readiness skill development in an environment rich with learning opportunities and support for the development of social skills.Learn More
Keys to Kindergarten/JumpStart
School readiness programming that aims to provide quality pre-kindergarten experiences to all students, working collaboratively with the K-12 system to ensure that students are prepared to succeed when they begin kindergarten.Learn More
Rainbow Bridge Safe Exchange/Visitation Center
Provides supervised visitation and safe exchanges to children and families in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Both are designed to assure that children can have safe contact with an absent parent without having to be put in the middle of the parents’ conflicts or other programs.Learn More
For first time and early youth offenders, Youth Court provides a different option than the conventional justice system. A jury of six to twelve of their peers is convened to hear the case and decide what action steps, in the form of things like community service, should be taken to hold the offender accountable for their actions.
Provide first generation college students with the on campus learning opportunity to live like a typical college student and provide supports for navigating the system.Learn More
Reduce the challenging behaviors in children and increase their social, academic, and self-control skills.
Gearing Up for Kindergarten
A school-readiness, parent education and early intervention educational program. Parents and their four-year old children attend together and participate in parent-child together activities, separate child activities, and separate parent education classes. This program is an educational effort to prepare children to enter Kindergarten ready to learn.Learn More
North Dakota Reading Corps
North Dakota Reading Corps is part of a national effort to bring to scale a proven model that leverages the power of community service to improve reading levels and strengthen educational systems in communities.Learn More
Child Care Center
Offers a full day, year round child care service for low-income families in the community. There are also spots available for drop-in, short-term childcare. Cost is based on a sliding fee scale to assist parent’s efforts in pursuing higher education or more valuable employment in order to gain greater self- sufficiency.
Children's Consultation Network
Provides early intervention, identification, education and skills to caregivers to help young children be successful in life.
Big Brother Big Sister Program
Provides mentors to at-risk youth who would benefit from having additional adult support. This is accomplished through school-based programs for 1st-5th grade students and community-based program for youth ages 6-18.Learn More
Counseling Services programs are designed to strengthen students and families through interventions that address barriers to good health and security.Learn More
Nokomis Child Care Centers
Every child deserves quality care. Enrollment priority is given to children with developmental delays, at risk of abuse or neglect, emotional or behavioral problems, or families with financial difficulties. Teachers strive to meet the needs for the whole child through challenging activities each day. They also offer a parent education curriculum that is available to all parents.Learn More
Truancy Intervention Program
Through a collaborative effort between Clay County and the Village Family Service Center, schools monitor student attendance and make referrals to TIP services when students reach a certain number of absent days/periods in a school year. TIP uses family advocates to meet with students and their families to address attendance concerns. Education about the consequences of truant behavior is presented and further action steps are taken if necessary.
Mobile Fitness Labs
Academic Movement Mobile Lab for pre-school children. This enrichment will train our partner’s staff and contribute to school readiness.Learn More
YMCA strives to build strong kids and families through child care programming that will build children up physically, emotionally, intellectually and socially in a safe and positive environment. Child care scholarships help offset the cost for quality full day, afternoon, and drop-in child care.
Counselors address family issues, including: conflict, anger management, and decision-making. Youthworks seeks to ensure youth remain in safe, supportive homes.Learn More
A Child's World
A Child’s World’s primary goals are to provide a developmentally appropriate environment for young children and to support and strengthen the quality of life for young children and their families regardless of their social, ethnic or economic background. Scholarships are given first to families pursuing a four year degree, second to families pursuing any type of further education, and third to any families with financial need.Learn More