United Way Kicks off Community Campaign with Breakfast in Barre

On September 21 Green Mountain United Way kicked off our Annual Community Campaign with a breakfast and heard keynote speaker Ted Brady, deputy director of the State of Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development, talk about the ways that we can all work together to improve the communities throughout our region. This year’s Community Campaign will go to support the many agencies in our region doing wonderful work, as well as our own new and emerging programs, in particular K.E.E.P. Financial Coaching. This program is launching this fall and will work to train many front-line direct service providers in Financial Literacy and Individual Coaching in order to empower them and their clients to make changes relating to financial issues to change their lives for the better.

Read more about the Kickoff Event, K.E.E.P. and our plans for this year in this Times Argus’s article.

Check out the photos from the Kickoff Breakfast on Facebook or below.

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