United Way of the Mid-South Receives Grant of $18.2 Million
Tennessee Department of Human Services Families First Community Grant funds Driving The Dream™ to help thousands of families move from poverty to financial security.
had more stable employment
had better financial management strategies
reported higher income
The Valero Reelin’ For Good Bass Fishing Tournament benefits United Way of the Mid-South
September 15, 2023 | 6:30 am – 2:30 pm
Grand Prize $10,000!
Sign your team up or join us as a sponsor!
Fish Tunica Cutoff, Wolf River Harbor, McKellar Lake, Horseshoe Lake, and the tributaries and oxbows of the Mississippi River.
Are you interested in helping thousands of individuals and families get the most out of their tax returns?
Volunteer with United Way of the Mid-South’s Free Tax Prep and you can help people move toward financial security and peace of mind. The Free Tax Prep program offers several volunteer roles: Greeters, Screeners, Tax Preparers, Quality Reviewers, Site Coordinators, and Assistant Site Coordinators. No experience is necessary and free training is available. For more information on volunteer eligibility and requirements click here.
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of people in the City of Memphis live in poverty
of children under 18 in Memphis live in poverty
of people in Shelby County live in poverty
of children under 18 in Shelby County live in poverty
of people in our AR, MS, TN metro area live in poverty
of children under 18 in our AR, MS, TN metro area live in poverty
The US average for people living in poverty is 12.3%. The 2020 Update of the Memphis Poverty Fact Sheet, Produced Annually by Dr. Elena Delavega of the School of Social Work at the University of Memphis. Data from the 2019 American Community Survey released in September 2020.