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Teamwork
When was the last time someone went above and beyond for you? Was it a coworker who jumped in to help on that big project at 4:45 pm on a Friday, or the neighbor who visited multiple grocery stores to find sanitizing wipes for your family?

Power In Numbers
As winter slowly falls upon us in Las Vegas, one of the most revered seasonal traditions is taking a drive to the nearby, local mountains for a relaxing day of playing in the snow, challenging the slopes or enjoying lunch at the Mt. Charleston Lodge.

United Way Day of Caring
Over 1,100 volunteers completed 52 projects at 35 organizations and schools throughout the Las Vegas Valley. Bringing the community together to build hope and healing, this community-wide act of kindness wrapped up 1 October Remembrance Week.

The 19th Annual Women of Distinction Awards Luncheon honored 13 dynamic Las Vegas women with the prestigious 2019 Women of Distinction Award.

This year has already been a historic year for women in Nevada. We have celebrated the first female-majority state legislature in the history of our country, and locally, we have welcomed Ms. Kyle B. Rahn as the first female president and CEO of United Way of Southern Nevada.

The United Way of Southern Nevada celebrated Nuit de Tocqueville at the Four Seasons Hotel.

This year has already been a historic year for women in Nevada. We have celebrated the first female-majority state legislature in the history of our country, and locally, we have welcomed Ms. Kyle B. Rahn as the first female president and CEO of United Way of Southern Nevada.

In a town like Las Vegas, which constantly renews and reinvents itself, it can be uncommon to find someone who remembers what the city looked like back in the days of vintage Vegas. Monte Smith, chair emeritus of United Way of Southern Nevada’s Women’s Leadership Council, is one of those people.

WLC members are continuing this momentum and empowering the next generation of female leaders by helping young women pursuing college degrees.

When you consider the benefits of volunteering personally, try multiplying that by 100 or even 1,000 and you may come close to seeing the benefits to the places where you’re donating your time.
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