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United Way has a perfect holiday gift idea: Helping the community in the name of a friend

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United Way has a perfect holiday gift idea:

Helping the community in the name of a friend

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This holiday season, honor someone special with the gift that gives back ... an investment in our community.



Your meaningful gift to United Way gives all year long, touching many lives. It will help children start school ready to learn and graduate on time. It will help families stay housed, warm and fed, and will help improve people's health.



Giving this gift is easy -- no bow necessary! Simply click here to visit United Way's Give page or call 263-3815 to give now. If you give online, be sure to share the name and address of your gift recipient in the Comments section so that we may send a special holiday card announcing your gift in their name.



Happy holidays and thank you for Living United!

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Save the date!Walk for Warmth















On February 19, warmhearted walkers will brave the cold TOGETHER, UNITED to help struggling Anchorage families stay warm in these harsh winter months.



The need for energy assistance is outpacing available resources. To immediately address this need, United Way of Anchorage created the Walk for Warmth. If you're looking for a powerful way to be part of United Way's ongoing work to see that all Anchorage families are housed, warm, fed and on the path to financial stability, join in the Walk for Warmth.



Visit United Way of Anchorage's homepage after the New Year to learn more. Online registration begins January 3. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact United Way's Sandy McClintock at 263-3807 or Beth Johnson at 263-4696.

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