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Home Ownership and Affordable Housing: Q&A with an Expert

The impact of home ownership on stability is critical.  When an individual or household is able to own their home, their outlook for long-term stability improves - and when neighborhoods are stable, they thrive. Stable residents are more likely to engage in...

Happy Black History Month!

February is Black History Month, and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga staff is taking time to reflect on our personal journeys in the fight for racial equity. We have been having conversations with one another about what Black history means to us, both...
Restoring Hope through the COVID-19 Crisis

Restoring Hope through the COVID-19 Crisis

When COVID-19 hit our community last March, hundreds of individuals lost their jobs or experienced a shortage of income. And for some households, this meant they faced a choice between paying rent or putting food on the table. Many Greater Chattanoogas found themselves needing to ask for help for the first time.

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Happy Black History Month!

February is Black History Month, and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga staff is taking time to reflect on our personal journeys in the fight for racial equity. We have been having conversations with one another about what Black history means to us, both...

Supporting Local People Impacted by the COVID Crisis

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (June 12, 2020) - In March, United Way of Greater Chattanooga put out a call for partners to join in restoring hope for our neighbors impacted financially by COVID-19. Thus far, more than $500,000 has been committed to the Restore Hope Fund by...

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Home Ownership and Affordable Housing: Q&A with an Expert

The impact of home ownership on stability is critical.  When an individual or household is able to own their home, their outlook for long-term stability improves - and when neighborhoods are stable, they thrive. Stable residents are more likely to engage in...

Restoring Hope through the COVID-19 Crisis

When COVID-19 hit our community last March, hundreds of individuals lost their jobs or experienced a shortage of income. And for some households, this meant they faced a choice between paying rent or putting food on the table. Many Greater Chattanoogas found themselves needing to ask for help for the first time.