Barry Seeman, United Way campaign coordinator at Transamerica, knows the value of being thoughtful about charitable giving – but also understands that we don’t have all the time in the world to research giving options that make the greatest impact.
That’s why Barry has embarked on a "philanthropic adventure" that he’s sharing with his colleagues: a series of short videos discovering United Way’s work. Transamerica employees can quickly learn about United Way’s programs and the difference they can make by donating.
Check out his first video:
On Thursday, September 24, United Way of Central Maryland brought together more than 130 partners and an estimated 2,000 volunteers to aid those experiencing homelessness in Baltimore City and the surrounding area at the fourth annual Project Homeless Connect.
Watch the WBAL Video: Project Homeless Connect links services with those in need
We're partnering with the Superstar Foundation to recognize exceptional performers in human services. Together, the Superstar Foundation and United Way will award $5,000 to a social service “superstar” – an unsung hero who uses data to drive results and has a tremendous direct impact on the lives of those they serve.
The goal is to reward results and data usage to continue to improve the social service sector and help change the odds for more families and communities.
Nominate someone or ask your team to nominate you before November 25!
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