Poverty Unplugged: Access to Education

Poverty Unplugged: Access to Education

By Dr. Sybil C. Mitchell – 07/19/2018 The MLK50 commemoration continues with United Way of the Mid-South’s “Poverty Unplugged” series. The second installment Tuesday evening at the National Civil Rights Museum explored some thought-provoking strategies in...
Days of Caring

Days of Caring

Days of Caring is the community’s largest volunteer-driven service opportunity and the most impactful week of the year! Each year, United Way of the Mid-South equips more than 1,600 volunteers to dig in and get their hands dirty, benefiting over 50 nonprofits with...
#FightPoverty Challenge

#FightPoverty Challenge

Join United Way of the Mid-South between June 1st — June 8th in the #FightPoverty challenge. There are several ways to participate: Become an individual fundraiser Start a team to fundraise alongside your colleagues, club, team, friends, or family. Make a donation and...
The Poverty Forum: Memphis since MLK

The Poverty Forum: Memphis since MLK

Since Dr. King’s assassination on April 4, 1968 on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel, many things have changed for minorities in America; some for the better, and some for the worse. THE POVERTY REPORT: MEMPHIS SINCE MLK, presented by National Civil Rights Museum, in...