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Save the date! Best Night of the Year 2014!

Join us for the Best Night of the Year, Sunday June 29th 2014 at the Willowbend Country Club, Mashpee MA. 6-9pm Click here to purchase tickets Click here for more information  More »

Cape and Islands United Way seeks expressions of interest for the position of President and CEO

Cape and Islands United Way seeks expressions of interest and nominations for the position of President and Chief Executive Officer. Please click here for more information Please send inquires, cover letters, and More »

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Local Businesses “Paying it forward”

The Cape and Islands United Way is pleased to thank and recognize the local businesses who have supported our efforts this year.  SEE THE FULL LIST. It’s not too late! Please join More »

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Shred-a-Thon Fundraiser, May 8, 2014

Join the Cape and Islands United Way for our 3rd annual “Shred-a-thon” fundraiser to be held on Thursday, May 8 from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the TD Bank location at the More »

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Siobhan Magnus “Old Cape Cod” Release to Establish United Way Fund

Siobhan Magnus honors Patti Page with a new single covering “Old Cape Cod” LISTEN HERE Cape Cod (Marstons Mills) native and former “American Idol” finalist, Siobhan Magnus is honoring Patti Page with More »

What’s That Pin You’re Wearing?

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It’s a Sand Dollar Leadership pin.

What does it mean to be a Sand Dollar Leader?

A Sand Dollar leader is…
…an individual or business who recognizes and supports the critical work of the Cape and Islands United Way by making an annual donation of $1000 or more.
…an individual or business who recognizes that their support will help change individual lives for the better; and that they will be “richer” for doing so.
…an individual or business who recognizes for as little as $83 per month (or the equivalent of a nice dinner for two) they can help…

  • Kids be better educated and better cared for
  • Families get through “speed bumps” of life
  • All person to have homes, healthcare and job security
  • Seniors to get the services and assistance they need
  • The region to be better emergency and disaster prepared.

What’s That Pin You’re Wearing?
It’s a Cape and Islands United Way Sand Dollar Leadership pin!