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Should United Way Agencies Engage For The FatherLess?

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There is undisputed evidence that a more focused strategy used in recent years by the United Way of Greater Rochester to help poor families, in particular, is helping change lives.

United Way can further improve its laudable record of helping local non-profit agencies deliver vital services to these families by finding innovative ways to get absent fathers involved in the lives of their children.

United Way should target absent dads, too | Democrat and Chronicle | democratandchronicle.com http://ow.ly/h76GR

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