Education

Our research indicates one key fact over and over again:  EDUCATION is a critical part of the solution to every quality of life concern in South Mississippi.  In particular, if we as a community of diverse partners and resources focus on early childhood education, school readiness, quality childcare, and mentoring, we can change the landscape of our community in countless ways.  Education’s tie to economic development and the future of our state and region are clear.  The business, non-profit, and public sectors must act now, and we must act together as an army for change.

 

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United Way Worldwide ranked number one in the...
Stephanie Mueller of Gulfport is the winner of United Way of South Mississippi’s $50,000 Nifty 50 raffle.
 
Mueller’s winning ticket was pulled during the raffle drawing on...
Thirteen businesses are serving as pacesetters for the 2019 giving campaign of United Way of South Mississippi, which uses donor dollars to improve the overall quality of life in its service...
United Way of South Mississippi awarded 11 community impact grants during a presentation ceremony at the Knight Nonprofit Center in Gulfport on Wednesday, July 24.
 
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The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading recently recognized the Gulfport community with the Pacesetter Honors for reporting measurable progress on key indicators of early school success.
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