Living in poverty can result in lower education outcomes for children, perpetuating the cycle of poverty.
United Way is working to break the cycle by funding strategies to address that issue. Its after school programs offer children help with their homework and are making a difference.
In fact, 89 percent of parents surveyed report that their kids are doing better in school as a result of their participation in United Way-funded after school programs.
Watch a video explaining the free programs:
By supporting United Way, you are making an investment to give children the tools they need to succeed inside and outside of the classroom. To make a donation to the University of Windsor’s United Way campaign, click on the ePledge link in your UWindsor e-mail inbox.