There is No Change Without Action
You can help inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow by talking about important issues and laying the groundwork for positive change. There are many ways to reach out and improve the condition of our community. You can start small by wearing a Live United shirt to show your support and work up to writing letters to members of Congress.
If you want to break the cycle of domestic violence, ensure our youth are on track to be proficient in reading by the third grade, or help those suffering from food insecurities, you must speak up and be part of the solution.
For example, are you interested in advocating for public funding for high-quality early education? If so, simply click the Pre-K for PA logo to sign up to be part of the this state wide effort!
There are many ways to champion important causes within our community. So go on, get informed, give your time, write a letter, wear the shirt, tell a friend and share your story.
See below for ways you can take action and make a meaningful impact in our community:
Raise Awareness About a Cause via Social Media
Sample tweets and Facebook messages are below:
Every dollar to early childhood programs saves 7 in adulthood #LIVEUNITED
Children are the poorest age group with 15.5 million living in poverty #LIVEUNITED
Uninsured children in fair or poor health are 5X more likely NOT to have a regular provider of
care #LIVE UNITED
Learn more about the work of the United Way. Visit www.npuw.org #LIVEUNITED
Students who don’t read proficiently by third grade are four times more likely to leave
without a diploma than proficient readers. Support United Way’s work to promote the
importance of early grade reading.
Children are the poorest age group with 15.5 million children living in poverty. Support programs that
help poor children and families.
Student Success. Older Adults. Safety Net Services. Find out how the North Penn United Way works to
improve these impact areas every day, visit www.npuw.org.
Be part of the LIVE UNITED nation. Like North Penn United Way on Facebook today!