MEDFORD, Ore. – The CEO of United Way Jackson County joined the Oregon Community Foundation’s board of directors representing Southern Oregon. Dee Anne Everson was named CEO in 1997 and has been serving her community ever since. On May 6, ...

MEDFORD, Ore. —Common Block Brewery in Medford is bringing back its Beers with Benefits Fundraiser to support the United Way of Jackson County’s Fire Fund. Beginning this week, Common Block will be giving $1 from every pint of its Rally ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– They say it takes 10 thousand hours to master something. If that’s the case, Dee Anne Everson, the head of the United Way of Jackson County, is a master of giving. “We only do a good thing so ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – United Way of Jackson County finished up its first round of fire relief Friday. The non-profit was able to give out awards to 774 individual families. The awards totaled $1.2 million and were paid directly to Almeda ...

JACKSON COUNTY, ORE. — United Way is still accepting applications for its long-term fire relief fund. The fund hopes to focus on rebuilding the community after the fires. The application is open to everyone impacted by the Almeda and South ...

Jackson Co., Or.- The United Way of Jackson County started collecting money for it’s fire relief fund nearly two months ago. Now the organization is accepting applications to give away half a million dollars to victims of the Almeda and ...

“United Together” is a multimedia virtual fundraiser that features unique performances by a stellar line-up of local artists coming home and coming together to benefit local fire victims. This free live stream will be on Wednesday, October 21, beginning at ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The United Way of Jackson County has given over $57,000 to 92 individuals and families affected by COVID-19. Earlier this month, the organization received $500,000 in grant money from Jackson County from the CARES Act. The United ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — The state rent moratorium is set to end this month, but a local community partner says that could cause more harm than good. The United Way of Jackson County said it began raising money for COVID-19 ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – A local non-profit is continuing its work, giving back to the community and helping people make ends meet during the pandemic. United Way of Jackson County has now raised over $352,000. The organization says it’s given ...

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