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INCOME. Our community will only prosper and grow if all families are financially stable. Fewer financial stresses lead to healthier lives, improved work performance and better education outcomes. Pikes Peak United Way is dedicated to investing in programs that help adults improve their education level and create a more financially secure future for themselves and their families. *** To learn more about our work regarding income, visit our website at http://ppunitedway.org/income.html

WLC Members Rachel Stovall, Cassie Jones and Cheryl Tolley at the October 2014 WLC Luncheon. --- Learn more about Pikes Peak United Way by visiting www.ppunitedway.org

Intern Eleftheria Petridi with keynote speaker for City for Champions Laura Neumann and City Economic Vitality Expert Donna Nelson at the October 2014 WLC Luncheon. --- To learn more about Pikes Peak United Way, visit www.ppunitedway.org

Lt. Governor Joe Garcia and Representative Pete Lee take time to pose with a LIVE UNITED volunteer at Manitou United Day of Service on September 13, 2014, part of Colorado United Day. Local civic and corporate volunteers joined together to paint the band shell in Soda Springs park to honor and help those impacted by the September 2013 floods. *** Learn more about Pikes Peak United Way by visiting www.ppunitedway.org

Mary Lou and Chuck Murphy, Sr. joined PPUW for a reception celebrating Manitou United Day of Service. The next day, local civic and corporate volunteers joined together to paint the band shell in Soda Springs park to honor and help those impacted by the September 2013 floods. *** Learn more about Pikes Peak United Way by visiting www.ppunitedway.org

Colorado Representative Pete Lee joined region-wide volunteers in readying the Soda Springs Park band shell for a new coat of paint at Manitou United Day of Service, September 13, 2014. *** To learn more about Pikes Peak United Way, visit our website at www.ppunitedway.org

Pikes Peak United Way was happy to host our first EPIC (Executives Partnering to Invest in Children) luncheon. EPIC works with the Colorado Springs business sector to ensure that all children develop into healthy, educated and productive citizens. Learn more about EPIC at http://ppunitedway.org/EPIC.html. Thanks to all who attended and thank you to our EPIC Collaborating Partners: Joint Initiatives, Alliance for Kids, AAUW, Pikes Peak Library District, and Early Connections Learning Centers.

Chuck Murphy with Adams Cafe's Farley McDonough and Manitou Springs Chamber ED Leslie Lewis braved unseasonably cold weather to celebrate Manitou United Day of Service at a reception for the event. *** The next day, local civic and corporate volunteers joined together to paint the band shell in Soda Springs park to honor and help those impacted by the September 2013 floods. *** Learn more about Pikes Peak United Way by visiting www.ppunitedway.org