Trident United Way


What's in a Shirt? 
Trident United Way Reveals Day of Caring Shirt!
Trident United Way Day of Caring activities are barely wrapped up for the current year before TUW Volunteer Engagement Manager Amanda Netsch starts hearing a familiar question. "What color will next year's shirt be?"

Lead the Way! Thank you to all our donors who make our work possible. Please enjoy our  Leadership and Endowment Recognition Book.
You've Reached the End of Your Campaign...Now What?
Chances are that by the end of the Trident United Way campaign, you've found a few new friends in your workplace. But now that the days of wearing jeans to show you've donated, having company breakfasts or karaoke hours are over, how can you continue to see your new friends AND stay involved with Trident United Way?

Success Story: Springboarding to Self-Sufficiency with a Smile

With few exceptions, individuals navigating a crisis face several challenges at once. Working with its partners, Trident United Way invests in comprehensive approaches designed to address challenges on multiple fronts. At the heart of this work is an understanding of the inter-connectivity between education, financial stability and health, and how challenges in one area affect a person's ability to succeed in others. 

Healthy Tri-County Symposium Inspires Collaboration, Action and Impact
Nearly 200 people turned out Thursday morning for inaugural Tri-County Health Symposium, presented by Healthy Tri-County at Trident Technical College. The symposium is the largest Healthy Tri-County event since the multi-sector regional initiative was born out of the 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment. 

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Post a photo of your team in action and tag us on either Facebook or Twitter and share how you've made an impact in the community today using the #DayOfCaring hashtag. The photo with the most likes wins a prize!
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More than 50 of Trident United Way's Palmetto Society members attended the Jazzed About Reading Event at Redux Contemporary Art Center on Sept. 28th to mingle, hear an update about the Reading by Third Project, sponsored by Trident United Way and even get a private concert from the mayor! Clockwise from Top Left:  Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg showed off his musical talents and played a number with the TenCap Jazz band. Tristan and Michelle Howard; Director of Education Kate Buckholz, Reeves Skeen and David Boudolf, Jesse Dove.

View the full photo album of the event here

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