Impact2032 community goal-setting report details top issues facing the region

October 29, 2021 PRESS RELEASE AUGUSTA—Impact2032, the community goal-setting process being led by United Way of Kennebec Valley (UWKV), has published its “Report to the Community” following months of public surveying and conversations across Kennebec County. The report garnered participation from nearly 800 local people who identified the most important issues facing the region toContinue reading “Impact2032 community goal-setting report details top issues facing the region”

Community leaders launch regional goal-setting process in southern Kennebec County

April 12, 2021 AUGUSTA—Dozens of leaders in southern Kennebec County are spearheading a process to establish 10-year community goals in health, education and financial stability. The Kennebec Valley Goal-Setting Council, created by United Way of Kennebec Valley (UWKV), seeks broad feedback in the form of surveys and community conversations with people who live, work or play in the region. The Goal-SettingContinue reading “Community leaders launch regional goal-setting process in southern Kennebec County”

Southern Kennebec County launches goal-setting process

April 28, 2021 AUGUSTA — Dozens of leaders in southern Kennebec County are spearheading a process to establish 10-year community goals in health, education and financial stability. The Kennebec Valley Goal-Setting Council, created by United Way of Kennebec Valley, seeks broad feedback in the form of surveys and community conversations with people who live, workContinue reading “Southern Kennebec County launches goal-setting process”

Community goal-setting conversations start in Gardiner

May 12, 2021 GARDINER — When Katherine Kollman took her seat Monday in the empty bay of the Gardiner fire station, she became part of an initiative that’s expected to define a series of goals the community will be working toward over the next 10 years. The United Way of Kennebec Valley has joined withContinue reading “Community goal-setting conversations start in Gardiner”