Throughout 2018, United Way of West Alabama’s United4Good campaign brought the community together to support the dozens of agencies that provide services across the region. A combination of their everyday slogan, Live United, and a nod to this year’s ambitious fundraising goal of four million dollars, United4Good will help keep dozens of community programs running through the next year. 

If you’d like to try out some great food trucks in the Tuscaloosa area, now’s your chance – and for a great cause. This Thursday, Sept. 13, the United on the Plaza food truck benefit will be held. Proceeds from this lunchtime event benefit the United Way of West Alabama.

Temporary Emergency Services (TES) was named the 2016 Homer Butler Jr. Agency of the Year during the United Way of West Alabama’s (UWWA) campaign kickoff luncheon at the Bryant Conference Center. Karen Thompson, Executive Director of TES, accepted the award on behalf of her staff, volunteers and board members.

The United Way of West Alabama will kick off its 2016 campaign with a luncheon at the Bryant Conference Center on August 16. This annual event marks the start of a massive fundraising effort, in which the agency hopes to raise more money than ever before to help its 26 partner agencies.

The United Way of West Alabama’s (UWWA) Alexis de Tocqueville Society (ADT) has selected Susan and Brad Cork as the recipients of the annual Family of the Year honor. The Corks, longtime supporters of UWWA and many of its partner agencies, will be presented the award during the ADT spring dinner at the home of Karen and Jim Brooks on Tuesday, April 26th.

Druid City Living (DCL) is Tuscaloosa, Alabama's premier community newspaper, covering the great people, places and activities of the area.



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