Cole Society Donor Spotlight: Kourosh Noorbehesh

District Manager in the Metro Atlanta Area for Publix United Way is excited to spotlight Kourosh Noorbehesht. He is a District Manager in the Atlanta Metro Area for Publix Super Markets, and he has led some of our most successful workplace campaigns. Publix Super Markets is United Way’s number one corporate leader, not only in the Greater […]

Yes, it’s 100% Free – DIY, Virtual Tax Prep

United Way’s MyFreeTaxes offers people an easy way to file their returns. Many U.S. taxpayers are eligible to file their taxes for free – but too many don’t know about MyFreeTaxes®. MyFreeTaxes uses best-in-class standards to safeguard taxpayer information, guarantee returns are 100% accurate and ensure that filers receive their maximum refund.   MyFreeTaxes is […]

Cole Society Donor Spotlight: Kate Koplan

Chief Quality Officer and Associate Medical Director at Kaiser Permanente, Georgia Region United Way is excited to spotlight Kate Koplan as a member of the Cole Society! Kate is Chief Quality Officer and Associate Medical Director at Kaiser Permanente, Georgia Region, she is also the Director of United Way’s Board of Directors, and she has […]

Get your taxes done for free!

United Way of Greater Atlanta provides free tax preparation services to the community through a partnership with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and MyFreeTaxes programs provide Greater Atlanta’s working individuals and families free tax prep to low-to-moderate income ($60,000 and under). Taxes are prepared by IRS trained and certified […]

YPL Member Spotlight Will Godwin

Please welcome new YPL member Will Godwin! If you would like to be featured in our next member spotlight, please click here. What inspired you to become involved with Young Professionals Leaders? After living in Atlanta for four years and becoming familiar with community around me, I wanted to support and serve an organization like […]

Pandemic highlights greatest needs in Greater Atlanta

The pandemic outbreak of the coronavirus obviously created new problems for communities in Greater Atlanta, but those communities most affected didn’t come as a surprise. COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, quickly grew from a harrowing health crisis to a full-scale economic and social disaster. But there’s much to be learned from it. […]