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The United Way and Dartmouth: Helping Our Neighbors in Need

"At Dartmouth, we believe in embracing the worlds troubles as our own...even if in your daily life you don't have the opportunity to see the need in the community, being able to support other people at the forefront of caring about the community is important", says Geisel graduate student Marie Onakomaiya, who has volunteered at the Upper Valley Haven and served on the Granite United Way grants committee."

In this video, Marie discusses how even if you are unable to dedicate time, you can still help provide resources to the organizations in our region that are most effective in helping our neighbors in need through your donations to Granite United Way. Every little bit goes a long way. Contributions from $3 - $10 provide important services such as health & dental care to those in need, lunches for children during school and summer vacations, and essential health services to senior citizens.

Please visit the Dartmouth United Way website to learn how you can help improve the lives of those in the community we serve. There are many ways to give, from payroll deduction to an easy, secure online donation.

Give today and help our community live united: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~unitedway