Since 1981, the CFCAA has been providing assistance to families in Alachua. The Central Florida Men's Health Initiative was established by the Florida Department of Health in Orange County in collaboration with other local organizations to raise awareness of preventable health issues and motivate men and boys to take charge of their health by consulting their doctor for regular check-ups. Join us in properly and safely recycling your electronics and textiles within the Central Florida community. The UWCF works to promote community transformation by increasing donor funds with local contributions, bringing together partners to increase efficiency and negotiating only those services that generate the best possible return on investment in the areas of greatest need.
United Way Central Florida offers a wide range of philanthropic, volunteer and networking opportunities to bring together local leaders. The mission statement of the Central Florida Men's Health Initiative is “To promote and inspire a culture of health and health equity for all men and boys in Central Florida through stakeholders, initiatives and measurable behavioral changes, and community collaboration.” Hurricane Nicole made landfall as a Category 1 storm in Indian River County, crossed the peninsula, and then moved through the Florida Panhandle before reaching Georgia. The CFCAA has been working hard for almost four decades to improve the lives of those living in Alachua. The Central Florida Men's Health Initiative is a great example of how local organizations can come together to make a positive impact on the community.
This initiative has been successful in raising awareness about preventable health issues and motivating men and boys to take charge of their health. The UWCF is also doing its part to help transform the Central Florida community. By increasing donor funds with local contributions, bringing together partners to increase efficiency, and negotiating only those services that generate the best possible return on investment in areas of greatest need, they are making a real difference. In addition to these initiatives, United Way Central Florida also provides a variety of philanthropic, volunteer, and networking opportunities for local leaders.
This allows them to come together to make an even bigger impact on the community. Finally, Hurricane Nicole serves as a reminder of how important it is for us to come together as a community in times of crisis. By working together, we can ensure that everyone is safe and secure during these difficult times. The CFCAA, Central Florida Men's Health Initiative, and UWCF are all doing their part to improve Central Florida's community.
Through successful events and initiatives, they are helping to make a positive difference in the lives of those living in Alachua County and beyond.