One hundred years of impact

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Editor's note: This content initially appeared in Crain's Detroit Business.

United Way for Southeastern Michigan is celebrating its centennial this year with a series of community events and stories around its impact work.

From funding treatments for childhood illnesses in the 1950s to influencing policy changes around nutrition standards in the 2000s, United Way works to ensure that everyone has the education, economic prosperity and health they need to stand on their own and give back to their community.

Click here to read more about United Way’s results and learn how your company can make a difference.

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