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On May 1st at 5:30 p.m. at the Boyd-Quinson Main Stage - Berkshire United Way and Face the Facts - reduce teen pregnancy will present a FREE screening of the "Let's Talk About Sex" documentary.

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Each year, the Pittsfield Prevention Partnership (PPP) runs student social norms campaigns in the Pittsfield Middle and High Schools - here are some of their posters!

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Berkshire United Way led an Asset Based Community Development Learning Community meeting.

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On Wednesday, March 5th - Berkshire United Way presented at the Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce Business Fair at Berkshire South

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Mary Pope Osborne, author of the Magic Tree house series, is on the left, and her sister, Natalie Pope Boyce, is on the right.

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Berkshire Eagle Column: Volunteers help to build better future

April 6-12 is National Volunteer Week, and Berkshire United Way knows that volunteering is more than just giving your time to a worthy cause; itís essential to our communityís future. Our volunteers are critical to improving the quality of life in the Berkshires.

Berkshire United Way announces three new hires

Berkshire United Way President and CEO Kristine Hazzard announces three new staff hires. Shauna Powell has been hired as Finance Assistant, Daniel Kaufman as Coordinator of Resource Development and Erin Breen as Resource Development Assistant.

Berkshire Eagle Column: Early Childhood Literacy Matters to the Countyís Future

Did you know that only 52% of Berkshire County third graders are reading proficiently and that children living in homes where family income is at or below the poverty rate have even greater challenges to developing early literacy skills?

February's SAY IT Proud Winners announced

February's SAY IT Proud winners are Christine Ahoussi, Jennyfer Behanzin and Gladys Garcia who were nominated by Multicultural BRIDGE. S.A.Y. It Proud is a campaign to recognize individual youth who are involved in positive activities and making good choices.

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