Our work to provide relief and recovery for Southwest Virginia during the global COVID-19 pandemic crisis has been lengthy, it is not over yet. We are continuing to make strides in Southwest Virginia, and are proud to share a few updates.
John Richardson-Lauve, a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years of experience working in the field of mental health, provides educators and childcare providers tips to finding the silver lining during a global pandemic.
Our work to provide relief and recovery for Southwest Virginia during the global COVID-19 pandemic crisis is just beginning. Please join us. We will get through this, together. United we fight. United we win.
United Way of Southwest Virginia partners with CodeVA, a nonprofit organization that partners with schools, parents, and communities to bring equitable computer science education to all of Virginia’s students.
In partnership with the Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS), the Southwest Virginia COVID-19 Advisory Council will provide a total of $85,000 that will be available to Southwest Virginia families experiencing the financial tolls of the global pandemic.
Sometimes, all it takes to align career-learning opportunities is a simple conversation between people who care about the community and are willing to work together – proven by a new partnership between a Bristol-based manufacturer and a local high school.
Tasty Tuesday’s spotlight professional, lead teacher and assistant director Amanda Sowder, works at Milestones Childcare Center, which is the only licensed childcare center within the town limits of Floyd, VA.