GABRIELLE ARSIAGA /NEWS-SUN Gretchen Koether, Becky Kesner, and Blanca Perez have empowered, advocated for, and been a shield for hundreds of women..
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Project Santa We are excited for our 2nd Annual Project Santa! This year, we had 277 families sign up & will serve..
Local chapter able to provide more funding to partner agencies ANDY BROSIG NEWS-SUN ANDY BROSIG/NEWS-SUN Jazel Ramirez, 8, works on her math..
United Way of Lea County offers two grants for non-profits (501c3).Save the date May 2, 2019Please join us if you are interested..
When she was just 13, Sophia began struggling with depression. She had little energy, little appetite, and trouble sleeping. She tried therapy,..
Join us July 13 & 14 from 9am-3pm for the annual United Way of Lea County Stuff-A-Bus! This fundraiser will be held at Walgreens..
There is a lot of troubling news in the world today. Terrorism, inequality and distrust are just a few that come to..
Now that warmer temperatures are here, it's a great time to get outdoors with kids to enjoy the sunshine and help them..
Ramen noodles might be a college diet staple, but for some students, even ramen is unaffordable. Students across all socioeconomic groups are..
Spring is finally here, a time when flowers bloom, daylight lasts longer and the smell of freshly cut grass lingers in the..
For college and high school students interested in making a difference in their community and developing skills that will be useful in..
United Way offering limited aid to families hit by oilfield slowdown, COVID ANDY BROSIG NEWS-SUN, Tuesday December 8th, 2020 United Way of..
The landscape of not-for-profit groups in Lea County would be very different today without United Way. The Lea County Court Appointed Special..
It’s March 17, and A.J. De Los Santos is stressing out over the news. Lorena Castillo and Becca Titus were right behind..
Becca Titus has been on a non-profit journey. Before volutneering with the Light of Lea County and CASA of Lea County, and before participating..