So how does a non-profit as large as the United Way give out money? UW-Green Bay Prof. Christine Vandenhouten (Nursing) was pleasantly surprised to learn, according to an article in the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Before volunteering with the organization, she thought the charity gave out money to anyone who applied. But now, Vandedhouten is the chair of the health and wellness impact council, one of four councils in the Brown County United Way’s Community Impact Model. More than 100 volunteers like Vandenhouten help staff research and determine where to spend the group’s money. To read more about the United Way, click here.
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