United Way's Role During a Natural Disaster

United Way of Marion County's Role During a Natural Disaster
During a disaster, United Way of Marion County focuses on voluntary services to support community relief efforts. If a devastating hurricane strikes, United Way of Marion County will assist the Marion Disaster Recovery Network in raising funds and will help coordinate in-kind donations for immediate local response.  United Way will also have an off-site locaion that will be announced here, to serve as a Volunteer Reception Center if needed.

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Marion County households continue to struggle to afford the basics

There are 59,852 Marion County households unable to afford the basics of housing, food, health care, child care and transportation despite working hard, according to the United Way ALICE® Report Update released today by United Way of Florida. More

Uplifting the lives of our neighbors

John Zobler, Volunteer Campaign Chair talks about impacting 85,000 of our Marion County neighbors.  More

United Way: Power of 1 Editorial

Brad Rogers, Star-Banner Editorial Page editor talks about United Way and the Power of 1. More
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