YAKIMA, Wash. -- Neiri Carrasco’s calendar says it all — meetings. Many meetings. Since taking the helm as president and CEO of United Way of Central Washington on April 6, Carrasco has met dozens...
A graduate of A.C. Davis High School and strong supporter of math and science education will lead United Way of Central Washington as its new president and CEO, the nonprofit announced today.
United Way of Central Washington held the 2nd Annual Celebration of Caring event on March 23, 2016 at the 4th Street Theatre.
As I reflect back on United Way’s work in 2015, I am proud of the impact the organization has in our community – from the 115,000 community members that were helped by our partner agencies,
How can you have direct, positive impact on the lives of thousands of community members in need?
Campaign Chairs Bruce and Ann Willis thanked volunteers, participating companies, employee
In the second part of the ACEs Conference sponsored by United Way, Yakima Police Department & Gang Free Initiative, and Yakima School District, the focus was on overcoming ACEs, seeing the...
On January 29th over 130 people met in Eisenhower High School Commons to learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences and the effects of trauma and toxic stress on the development of children.