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United Way Quad Cities revealed its “blueprint” to ensure students graduate from high school prepared for success in college or career, families are financially stable, and Quad Citizens live long, healthy lives, during a livestreamed event on Thursday at John Deere World Headquarters in Moline.   United Way President and CEO Rene Gellerman outlined the set of 10-year community goals known as Rise United to a socially distanced audience featuring members of the John Deere leadership team, educators, mayors and...
By Kaitlyn Stewart, United Way Corporate Engagement Manager   Any one of us can make a difference, and together our impact will have the biggest ripple effect. Volunteer Appreciation Week reminds us of that simple truth, and the fact that we all have a role to play in building and maintaining an equitable, resilient community to be proud of.

At United Way, we are fortunate to have volunteers and partners that feel the same. Thank you to all of our volunteers proving that we can recover and rebuild after the...

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