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From the Archive: UW Funding for child abuse services receives editorial coverage in The Commercial Appeal

News & related itemsSaturday’s edition of The Commercial Appeal contained an editorial about how our regional nonprofit network truly puts needs first, even when questions about funding and geography can come into play.Saturday’s editorial mentions a story from last week’s paper about how the Child Advocacy Center and United Way of the Mid-South spoke with DeSoto County politicians about the need for greater funding of child abuse healing and support services.

Saturday’s editorial mentions a story from last week’s paper about how the Child Advocacy Center and United Way of the Mid-South spoke with DeSoto County politicians about the need for greater funding of child abuse healing and support services.

We’re pleased this important issue is receiving much-needed attention, and we are proud of the role United Way serves in helping people better understand such issues. When we recognize the needs of our fellow citizens and work together for stronger support, we truly “live united” to improve the Mid-South.

(Note: Links to these stories were removed from The Commercial Appeal’s website some years ago. We apologize for the lack of further information in an electronic format.)

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