United Way Safety Net Series Sponsored by Wind Creek Hospitality

Wind Creek Hospitality, an authority of the Poarch Band of Creek IndiansThe United Way Safety Net Series is a partnership with Fox 10 and sponsored by Wind Creek Hospitality, an authority of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians; Prichard Water Board; and Shoe Station. This year-long campaign will introduce the United Way of Southwest Alabama’s 46 partner agencies and several of its internal programs to the community. Each week, Fox 10 will highlight one of our partner agencies during Studio 10 and the 4pm newscast in the same week.  Fox 10 will also highlight UWSWA special projects throughout the year.

United Way Facebook Live segments will follow on Thursday afternoons and feature agency representatives, volunteers, and/or community partners.

Safety Net Series Schedule

 

  • May 12  –  United Way of Southwest Alabama – Year-end Campaign
  • May 19  –  AltaPointe Health Systems
  • May 26  –  Dearborn YMCA
  • June 2  –  United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile
  • June 9 –   The Arc of Southwest Alabama
  • June 16  –   Regional Child Advocacy Center
  • June 23  –  Via Health, Fitness, and Enrichment
  • June 30  –  United Way of Southwest Alabama – Program TBD
  • July 7  –  Housing First
  • July 14  –  Gulf Coast Early Childhood Services
  • July 21  –  South Alabama Volunteer Lawyers Program
  • July 28  –  The Learning Tree
  • August 4  – CASA Mobile
  • August 11  –  Crittenton Youth Center
  • August 18  –  VOASE
  • August 25  –  Wilmer Hall Children’s Home
  • September 1  –  YMCA South Alabama
  • September 8 – Alpha Women’s Resource Center
  • September 15 – Family Promise of Coastal Alabama
  • September 22 – Sickle Cell Disease Association – Mobile Chapter

Sponsors

Wind Creek Hospitality, an authority of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians
Prichard Water Works & Sewer Board

United Way Community Campaign Kickoff Sponsored by Shoe Station on Fox 10

Click here to see the Kickoff features that aired on September 2, 2020

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