Last fall, United Way of the Capital Region and our community partners launched three pilot projects to improve access to health care, school readiness and workforce development. At the same time, we remain committed to basic needs services to ensure people have access to resources in urgent situations. Learn more about this work by meeting Levi, Bobby, Sarah and James, local residents who each have a unique story to tell. Working together, we can write a new chapter for the Capital Region. This is how we LIVE UNITED.