Rosenthall Orthodontics is donating 5 percent of treatment fees (up to $500) of all new patients during this month. That means new patients who schedule free consultations and then begin treatments – braces, for example – during September will have 5 percent of those fees donated to the United Way.
The concert – on Thursday, Sept. 5 – begins at 7 p.m. when the local headliners take the stage. Fun for the whole family begins at 6 p.m. with Charlie Cardinal, performances by Ball State’s Code Red Dancers, and games. The event – now in its third year on Walnut Street – draws thousands to the downtown.
James Flatford has been selected to participate in United Way’s Leaders Engaged in Accelerated Development (LEAD) program. The LEAD program is United Way’s exclusive engagement and professional development platform designed for high-performing and high-potential individuals who are committed to building their career within United Way.
Giving back is always a good decision, but sometimes it’s difficult to understand exactly where your money goes and what effect it has. When you give to United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties, you can be assured our team has put together an investment plan that matches the community’s collective will.
United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties is increasing its funding of Delaware County programs by 15 percent thanks to its successful campaigns the last two years, and new programs that focus on improving grade-level reading and programs that address barriers toward that goal, according to a release.