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  Dandelion Otero, fourth-grade teacher at Euclid Elementary School in Ontario, and her daughter Destiny Otero, pick up school supplies at the teacher resource center at the Inland Empire United Way in Rancho Cucamonga. (Staff file photo)   ByGrace Wong, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Desert Communities United…
Rancho Cucamonga, CA – Desert Communities United Way (DCUW) officials today announced plans to merge with Inland Empire United Way (IEUW) of Rancho Cucamonga, forming a larger organization that will better serve the needs of both regions. In addition to the Pomona Valley and East San Bernardino County, IEUW’s service…
  Fontana Councilman Jesse Sandoval, left, joins Marco Robles, Fontana Mayor Aquanetta Warren, Phil Cothran and Gregory Bradbard at the Inland Empire United Way Challenge for the Children fundraiser. (Courtesy photo) By Suzanne Sproul, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin  It was quite the icy reception at the Inland Empire United Way’s annual…
Inland Empire United Way is pleased to recognize Macy's Inc. as our December 2014 Corporate Impact Partner. Locally, Macy's stores have been vigilant in raising funds through employing giving for Inland Empire United Way since 2004. Over the last 10 years, they have raised more than $400,000 and have shown…
Friday, 21 November 2014 11:32

2015 Challenge for Children Winter Benefit

Mark your calendar for the 2015 Challenge for Children Winter Benefit! Join Inland Empire United Way and the Hope Reigns Foundation on Thursday, February 19, 2015 as we transform the Citizens Business Bank Arena into a winter wonderland! You will enjoy a cocktail reception with live jazz, a tremendous silent…
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