Success Stories

success story

As a young single mother, Hope’s dream of pursuing a nursing degree seemed just that—a dream. “The idea of 40 hours a week for school was daunting. I wouldn’t have been able to work or afford daycare. I almost gave up,” said Hope. Just before giving up on her nursing degree, Hope learned about United Way’s Individual Development Accounts (IDAs), part of the Financial Stability Initiative, which encourages participants to save and learn money management skills.

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Neil Parekh
Vice President of Marketing & Communications
425.374.5501

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Communicate, thank and inspireWelcome to United Way's Newsroom—a quick reference section that provides you with links to information on upcoming events and the latest press releases and publications.

If you require additional information or would like to interview one of our staff members, please contact:

Neil Parekh
Vice President of Marketing & Communications
425.374.5501

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