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We rely on contributions to support the training programs, site visits, multicultural conferences, development of new diversity resources, and ongoing assistance to our UnityWorks schools and community groups. These activities can only be sustained through the generosity of our sponsors. We thank you for your support of this growing effort
to promote the understanding of the oneness of humanity, the value of diversity, and the need for unity.
John & Carmen Zorich
"We feel UnityWorks has great potential to become a force for good throughout the United States. Fanning the flames at our local level is a wonderful part of the process! Thank you for enabling us to be part of it. "
Junior Achievement of Washington strives to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s economy through education and empowerment.
Rory & Beth Shevin
Thank you Crazy Cow Ice Cream of Union Gap, WA for sweetening our day!
"We are so proud that someone is doing something that can make a difference."
"We applaud your work and pray for the advancement of this vital program, which is one of the few really bright lights we can find in a world overwhelmed by disunity and tragedy. It is ever more obvious that the teaching of unity to children is necessary if progress toward an advancing civilization is taken seriously as a goal."
Dr. Richard and Mrs. Pari Bauman
Rory writes: "I am thrilled to see you putting out such an excellent message to the world. Keep up the good work." Beth is a member of the UnityWorks Board of Directors and a major inspiration for our efforts. We thank
the Shevin Family for their generous support!
Providing funds for worthy projects that benefit humanity.
Rory & Beth Shevin
UnityWorks has partnered with Microsoft, which, through its Citizenship program, is supporting our work to reduce prejudice and create unity in our community and beyond.
UnityWorks is excited to announce that we have just received a generous grant from the United Way of Central Washington.
Their mission is to strengthen communities and improve lives.
These funds will allow us to continue work in our local schools and expand the UnityWorks program in the Central Washington area.