Waterloo, IA – Cedar Valley United Way’s Women United group will host a new event: Charity and Charcuterie.
The event will be held on Thursday, April 28, 2022 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo (777 Isle of Capri Blvd.). Attendees can also enjoy a complementary wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres and raffle. Tickets are $25 per person and the first 50 individuals to register will receive a souvenir charcuterie board. To register, visit www.cedarvalleyunitedway.org/charity.
Event attendees will have the opportunity to cast their votes and award a grant to EMBARC, Hawkeye Family Literacy Program and Waypoint Services. Additionally, four mentees from the Women-to-Women Career Mentoring Program will be awarded grants.
Refresh your closet and bring your gently used professional clothing items to donate to participants in the Women-to-Women Career Mentoring Program, which in partnership with Hawkeye Community College, works with all ages of students enrolled at Hawkeye to provide career advice and knowledge to students. Last year, over 100 students participated in the program.
Our Women United program highlights the generous women who donate $1,000 or more to the Cedar Valley United Way. (Or $500 for those 40 and under.) As a Women United donor, women and organizations are empowered to strengthen our community and forge lasting partnerships. Learn more about Women United by visiting www.cedarvalleyunitedway.org/womenunited.
The Cedar Valley United Way holds annual campaigns and distributes funds to worthy programs- and so much more. Our mission is to be the expert on the complex and ever-changing human condition throughout the Cedar Valley. With initiatives and collaborative projects, we put your contributions at work where they’re needed most. Our unique fund distribution and community planning process calls on volunteers and staff to determine community need, assessing agencies and programs to make sure an effective safety net is established for individuals and families. With careful planning, we make sure the resources – including dollars, volunteers and in-kind services – go where they will do the most good and help make the Cedar Valley an even better place to live. United Way fights for the education, health and financial stability of every person in our community.