At United Way of Greater Kingsport, we operate by a set of core values. Caring, Collaboration, Excellence, Integrity, and Service are the principals by which we Live United. At our recent annual meeting, we recognized and thanked three distinguished United States Marine Corps Veterans Will Perkins, Dirk Smith, and Charlie King. These veterans, who faithfully served our country in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, led those in attendance in our country’s Pledge of A
United Way of Greater Kingsport (UWGK) hosted its 2014 Annual Meeting on February 12, 2015 with approximately 130 people in attendance, including those who GIVE, ADVOCATE, and VOLUNTEER on behalf of the organization, representatives from UWGK Member Agencies, and public officials from the City of Kingsport and Sullivan County. Distinguished United States Marine Corps Vetera
The Harvest of Hope Community Garden, 130 Charlemont Street, Kingsport, will be added to the Quilt Trail at a ceremony to take place at the garden on Wednesday Feb. 4, 4:00pm, with the installation of a 4-foot by 4-foot Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt block.
The holiday season is a time of celebrations, special moments with family and friends, and of course, gift-giving. I think that one of the greatest gifts, any time of year, is service to others. So it was great to hear that volunteering and service to others continues to be a priority for millions of Americans.
United Way of Greater Kingsport (UWGK) announced today it exceeded its 2014 Campaign Goal of $4 million through generous community contributions.
United Way of Greater Kingsport is committed to creating A BETTER LIFE FOR ALL, A BETTER LIFE FOR YOU in our community. We have reached 90% of our $4 million goal and that is tremendous! We are REALLY close to making our goal! With just a few days and a few more dollars to raise before the campaign celebration, we need your help! If you’ve already made your pledge,THANK YOU!!! If you haven’t made your pledge yet, please join us and make your pledge today.