Aug. 12, 2016 - United Way South Hampton Roads & Geico support Festevents' Latino Music Festival
United for Children and NRHA partner to help raise the standard of living for norfolk public housing residents.
Students in the Suffolk summer school program, LEAP, show off works of art they made in their enrichment classes this year.
United Way's 2016 Annual Report was published & distributed via the June 27 edition of Inside Business. For the full list of United Way Keel Club members (not in the printed Annual Report), click here.
The first annual Young Philanthropists Summit took place May 20 at Virginia Wesleyan College. The one-day conference brought together more than one hundred emerging and established community and business leaders from Hampton Roads.