“UI&U Gives Back” In Honor of Founder’s Day

Founder’s Day is a time to share the Union mission that engagement, enlightenment, and empowerment transforms lives and communities. UI&U employees shared that message by volunteering in their communities on April 5. Staff demonstrated that Union’s mission is alive and well, 54 years after its founding. Happy Founder’s Day!

Baked with love – The Los Angeles Academic Center staff volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House. Staff members baked with the children and brought cheer to the families who call the house home while their critically ill children and siblings are in area hospitals. That is a great way to transform a community.

Park beautification – The Florida Academic Center employees were hard at work keeping Topeekeegee Yugnee (TY) Park beautiful and inviting by picking up trash and sprucing up the recreational areas. This effort will help to transform the 138.6-acre urban park just in time for Earth Week.

Clean the path – The Sacramento Academic Center took on the dirty job of cleaning paths. What a great way to transform the landscape and increase enjoyment for all, especially joggers and walkers.

Bridge the gap between students in need and education – The Cincinnati Academic Staff transformed their community by sorting donations at Crayons to Computers. The nonprofit provides a Teacher Free Store and Mobile Outreach Program for teachers and students to receive free materials such as books, crayons, paper, scissors, and pencils, as well as enrichment and incentive items that teachers can use to motivate and inspire student engagement.

We are proud to be Union employees and share the mission to transform lives and communities.

Today is the day to be part of the Union legacy and choose your career path.