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Kathy Litton RSVP Volunteer in Scott County & United Way RSVP Trailblazers Advisory Council Member

United Way of the Bluegrass volunteers focus their efforts in many different areas of our community. Kathy Litton has served as an RSVP volunteer since the end of 2010, and is now also a member of the RSVP Trailblazers Advisory Council. 
Kathy shared her experience with our team: 

Things We Love

Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and it has us thinking about the people we love. Naturally, we thought of you!  We appreciate the love and support you have shown United Way of the Bluegrass and our Big Bold Goal, that 10,000 more families will be self-sufficient by 2020.
What else do we love? We're happy to share!

Happy 95th Birthday, UWBG!

On March 4, 1921, at a meeting in city hall, 22 Lexington organizations that were engaged in some form of social services work voted to organize the Lexington Welfare League. Many of the organizations were dependent to a large extent on the public for funds to carry on their activities. By combining efforts, they sought to achieve a unified and collaborative response to community needs.

Bill Farmer’s Top 3 of 2015

At United Way of the Bluegrass, we enjoy celebrating our successes with our supporters at the end of each year. This year has brought many successes worth celebrating.  Our supporters, partner agencies and the UWBG staff have worked hard to make strides toward the Big Bold Goal - 10,000 more families will be self-sufficient by 2020. This is a community initiative to help our neighbors as they work to take care of themselves, by themselves.

Happy Holidays!

'Twas the week of Christmas, and at UWBG,
The staff is all working, we're busy as can be.

The posters are hung around the Bluegrass with care,
In hopes that our community's support would be there.

And what to our wondering eyes did appear?
The support of our friends, both far and near.

More rapid than eagles, the supporters, they came.
Too many to mention. Too many to name.