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OUR VOICES ARE MORE POWERFUL WHEN WE UNITE FOR MORE
Public policies can either block – or unlock – the conditions that invite children and adults in our communities to fully realize their potential, talents and skills.
Advocacy represents a cornerstone of our work at Black River United Way. We believe government plays a critical role in creating change that can improve people’s lives. But government cannot do it alone. Neither can United Way and the rest of the nonprofit sector. Led by our United Way Association of South Carolina, Black River United Way actively engages in public policy advocacy to develop partnerships that include local, state, and federal governments – along with the private and nonprofit sectors.
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