The Pathway To Independence: Bethlehem United Way Family Resource Center

Over the past year, the Nashville community has wrapped its arms around the Bethlehem United Way Family Resource Center. Hundreds of volunteers have donated their time and energy at United Way events like Dirty Hands, Big Hearts Days of Action and the Stuff the Bus Days of Action.

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Tennessean Article: Reading program changes lives, impacts community

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville has invested considerable resources in an early literacy initiative, known as the Read to Succeed program.

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The Tennessean: Easing effects of poverty improves lives and community

According to Dr. Tony Majors, chief support services officer of Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, more than 70 percent of Metro students qualify for free and reduced lunches, indicating they live in some level of poverty.

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The Tennessean: Nashville schools benefit from good corporate citizens

United Way aims to address the academic concerns of at-risk Nashville students on multiple layers. The visible impact of the Stuff the Bus campaign is that students receive the necessary supplies to become active participants in a structured learning environment.

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Family Mealtime Improves Health, Strengthens Family Bonds

Research shows that eating a meal together three times per week improves health and strengthens family bonds. With this in mind, United Way recently launched a campaign called “Eat Together,” which educates the community about the many physical and mental benefits of sharing a meal as a family.

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