The data around social emotional learning indicates a growing need in classrooms. Many of today’s students do not have solid social and emotional foundations to help them build and maintain healthy relationships. 70% of parents believe that children should be […]

Every September, United Way of the Greater Seacoast rallies hundreds of volunteers to serve at local nonprofits on a single, coordinated day – here’s what the impact looked like this year. By: Damaris Gibaldi It was hard to miss the […]

In her 19 years of teaching kindergarten, Kerry Martinelli has seen it all. But this year, the Somersworth NH kindergarten teacher had a first: visiting with the families of each of her students before the start of school. So when […]

Local companies and volunteers unite to ensure 1750 preschoolers enter school ready to learn! By 3 o’clock on May 17th, the last batch of bright red United Way K–Ready Kids backpacks were delivered to local agencies across the Seacoast.  After […]

Granite Youth Alliance empowers teens to learn and educate others about substance misuse. And they’re doing it in all kinds of creative ways. When a group of local high school students noticed that the gas station they passed on the […]

Health. Credit. Basic needs.  Whether or not these things are in good standing affects many aspects of our daily lives and are interconnected than you may think. Trying to find a more affordable apartment or a better mortgage rate? Need […]

These credit building strategies used at our financial opportunity centers help individuals and families in need increase their net worth. They’ll work for you too! Anyone who has applied for a mortgage, car loan, rental agreement, credit card, and many […]

Money in the bank. Good credit. Manageable debt. These are the building blocks of financial freedom. The earlier kids start to understand the concept of smart money management, the greater their chances of financial security down the road. Here are […]

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