ASHLAND, Ore. – Governor Kate Brown’s ‘Stay at Home’ order was set to make people safe from coronavirus, but not all Oregonians have a home to go to. “You know this is a global pandemic we are in this together, ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – With many people starting to get laid off because of the coronavirus a Medford non-profit is helping community members get through the difficult time. United Way of Jackson County set up a relief fund for anyone affected ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – The United Way and volunteers are setting up for Project Community Connect. It’s a one stop shop for people who are at risk or currently struggling with homelessness to get basic needs met. Put on by the ...

Medford, Ore. – United Way of Jackson County has a new home. The organization officially opened and dedicated their new building today, and it’s the first permanent home for the organization in over sixty years. Their story now coming full circle ...

Medford, Ore.- Christmas is just 15 days away and as it comes closer, a handful of Rogue Valley non-profit organizations are working to help make it a happy holiday for those in need, thanks in part to the generosity of the ...

Medford, Ore., — The shoveling sound of a helping hand, giving back to the community – is all part of the United Way Day of Caring. “We are helping the Girl Scouts revamp their front yard with some bark, and ...

Eagle Point, Ore. — Several organizations are working together, to help increase the graduation rate at one Oregon school. They’re hoping a little one on one time will help students reach their full potential. “Help them build that resiliency, and self-regulation, ...

Phoenix, Ore.- The City of Phoenix has asked the United Way of Jackson County to help eight families burned out of their homes this weekend. 15 adults and six children lost everything Saturday when their apartment complex burned. “The American ...

Medford, Ore., — Lending a helping hand for 20 years, The United Way of Jackson County held its annual day of caring this afternoon! The organization partners with other non-profits around the valley to complete community service projects. Today volunteers ...

Medford, Ore. — Over 400 volunteers took part in several community service projects around the Rogue Valley on Saturday. It was all part of United Way’s ‘Day of Caring.’ The groups painted, cleaned, and did yard work for 20 different ...

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