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Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Every day, people in San Joaquin County struggle with health issues that may seem impossible to solve.    The opioid epidemic. Families who can’t afford medical care for their children. Senior citizens who can’t afford life-saving medicine. Or…
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Thursday, May 27, 2021
United Way, Amazon, Second Harvest of the Greater Valley, and the Housing Authority of San Joaquin County Written by President / CEO, Kristen Birtwhistle —   Great partnerships are a pretty cool thing—some are wildly life-changing like Bill Gates…
Thursday, May 6, 2021
FILING WITH AN INDIVIDUAL TAX IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (ITIN)? YOU MIGHT BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE GOLDEN STATE STIMULUS   — California is helping families that faced economic hardship due to COVID-19 through the Golden State Stimulus.  This one time…
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
United Way of San Joaquin County is Now Hiring Join Our Team as We Become Bolder Together JOB POSITION OPEN: PROJECT MANAGER We welcome applicants who might be interested in working as part of a dynamic team at United Way of San Joaquin County (…
Monday, April 12, 2021
Kat Gonzales Kat Gonzales is the Community Well-Being Manager at Adventist Health Lodi Memorial. Kat’s past work experience includes work in human resources and education. Her passion to serve God and others is what led her to earn an MPH at Loma…
Wednesday, April 7, 2021
The Business of Nonprofits: Guiding Social and Fiscal Missions in SJC —Op-Ed Kristen Birtwhistle, United Way of San Joaquin County — Nonprofits answer the call every time our community needs help. Their influence is a synergistic combination of…
Friday, March 12, 2021
By Kristen Birtwhistle, President and CEO of UWSJC Ladies, this week, we celebrated our day. March 8th is the long-recognized calendar event of International Women’s Day. A day where we should both pause and celebrate a moment of needed self-…
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
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