March Newsletter – New Events, Program Expansion, and Volunteer Opportunities!

Spring is here, so are new training opportunities, events, and reasons to support Green Mountain United Way’s Annual Community Campaign!



Dear Community Members,

Spring is a time of renewal, and we’re seeing a renewed passion to be involved, for making a difference, and for mobilizing change within our communities. This renewal bridges generations, existing communities and groups, as well as the needs and life experiences. In the midst of this revitalization, one thing remains the same – Vermonters care about one another and are here to listen, understand and work hard to solve problems that impact all of us. At Green Mountain United Way, we are proud to be part of these conversations and to bring people together to foster understanding and community that crosses these traditional lines.

I hope you will join us as we work toward the common good of all in our communities. This is what LIVE UNITED means here, in the communities of our five counties, and this is where renewal begins.

In gratitude,

Tawnya Kristen
Executive Director

Help us reach our $500,000 Goal
Join our Community Campaign to help bring resources and solutions to your community

 

Green Mountain United Way in the News

Working Bridges is here. We’re bringing human service support to businesses and low-to-moderate income employees in the Northeast Kingdom and Central Vermont …read more
Tatum’s Totes and Green Mountain United Way Celebrate one year of working together to help 57 kids in Newport and Barre …. read more

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Event Volunteers needed for Good Beginnings of Central Vermont’s Baby and Child Expo on April 1st in Berlin.
  • Community Restorative Justice Center Seeks Community Volunteers for Restorative Justice Panels, Reintegration Program, and neighborhood development.
  • Community Repack needs help sort and pack grocery store donations to be distributed to food shelves with the Vermont Foodbank in Barre – This is a great volunteer activity for groups!
  • Help Prepare and Serve Community Meals at the First Presbyterian Church of Barre.
  • Garden for Good! Help with the reconstruction and planting of the perennial herb gardens at low-income housing site
  • Day of Caring 2017 – Green Mountain United Way seeks projects to offer as part of the Annual Day of Caring in late May or early June. If your organization has projects that 8-25 volunteers could help with, contact Carrie for more information at cstahler@gmunitedway.org

Community Resources

Do you earn under $64,000? File your taxes for FREE using the myfreetaxes.com website through the United Way!
Get answers to questions about child development and behavior and access Help Me Grow through Vermont 2-1-1, the United Way-supported referral service…Learn more

Upcoming Events

Community Partner Discussion about Financial Coaching – Wednesday, March 22 at Capstone Community Action ….read more
UPS Roses Sale for Mother’s Day starts next week, stay tuned for more information or email Carrie cstahler@gmunitedway.org to be added to the announcement!
Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope Community Screening – April 26 in Central Vermont. Watch the trailer here: https://vimeo.com/110821029 and ….read more
Bridges Out of Poverty Workshops – Join us and national trainer Prudence Pease in Central Vermont, Newport or Burlington for a one-day Bridges Out of Poverty Workshop in April, May and June …read more
13th Annual Green Mountain United Way Golf Tournament – Save the Date for Saturday, July 29th at the Barre Country Club!

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