Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Hawaii's United Way may narrow recipients - The Honolulu Advertiser
Hawaii's United Way may narrow recipients - The Honolulu Advertiser: "Aloha United Way, which has been collecting and distributing money to more than 60 nonprofits working on a wide variety of issues, may soon change its rules to focus on nonprofits in just four key areas. The areas are: family and individual self-sufficiency, early childhood development, homelessness, and crime and drug use. The Aloha United Way board has scheduled a vote Friday on whether to adopt the change."