After owning the property for 35+ years and underutilizing its spaced compared to the size of our staff and operations, United Way Blackhawk Region has made the decision to put its building up for sale. This decision was not made hastily, and due diligence was conducted to ensure we’re making the right decision for our organization, community partners, and other stakeholders.
United Way Blackhawk Region kicked off its annual community campaign at an event on Wednesday, September 13 at the Eclipse Center in Beloit. The breakfast was attended by 385 United Way supporters, corporate partners, and Day of Caring volunteers.
United Way is asking nonprofit agencies, service clubs, public schools, municipalities, and service organizations to please consider submitting project(s) so we may afford the hundreds of volunteers who participate in this one-day event a meaningful experience.
New United Way of Wisconsin ALICE® Report reveals over 835K households faced financial hardship despite COVID-driven social support