1 hr 8 min

Thursday | 10/22/2020 | Fox Valley United Way meets Good Morning Aurora Good Morning Aurora

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Knowledge was delivered on today’s episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Deborah Rudel, Fox Valley United Way CEO. Continuing our ‘Women In Business’ series we learned all about what FVUW does and its commitment to the community. As individuals, our lives are also intertwined with our neighbors; prosperity is to be shared. For many families that struggle to make ends meet the FVUW does a lot to help them. From programs to different creative initiatives the staff & leadership go above and beyond for Kane and Kendall counties. In our interview we spoke about success stories, daily activities and what residents can expect from the organization. The Fox Valley United Way has done a lot in its history. It has a bright and ambitious future and its people like Deborah who inspire that confidence. These are the types of organizations that make a city better.

Shoots go out to the staff of the FVUW and those families involved in its outreach. Domestic Violence and Breast Cancer awareness month are taking place, please donate or volunteer wherever comfortable. Helping others who need assistance makes for a better city/community etc. Thank you to all of our friends who continue to support us and tune in. Shouts also go to CVN Network, A Call To Shoulders (ACTS), REFS Productions, Cotton Seed & Aurora Public Art Commission. Much love to VizoArts and everyone else who takes a moment out of their day to help someone else succeed. Life is good. Don’t forget to vote; be motivated, strong and determined. Tune in tomorrow morning on the 2nd largest city’s one and only morning news show. Peace.


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Knowledge was delivered on today’s episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Deborah Rudel, Fox Valley United Way CEO. Continuing our ‘Women In Business’ series we learned all about what FVUW does and its commitment to the community. As individuals, our lives are also intertwined with our neighbors; prosperity is to be shared. For many families that struggle to make ends meet the FVUW does a lot to help them. From programs to different creative initiatives the staff & leadership go above and beyond for Kane and Kendall counties. In our interview we spoke about success stories, daily activities and what residents can expect from the organization. The Fox Valley United Way has done a lot in its history. It has a bright and ambitious future and its people like Deborah who inspire that confidence. These are the types of organizations that make a city better.

Shoots go out to the staff of the FVUW and those families involved in its outreach. Domestic Violence and Breast Cancer awareness month are taking place, please donate or volunteer wherever comfortable. Helping others who need assistance makes for a better city/community etc. Thank you to all of our friends who continue to support us and tune in. Shouts also go to CVN Network, A Call To Shoulders (ACTS), REFS Productions, Cotton Seed & Aurora Public Art Commission. Much love to VizoArts and everyone else who takes a moment out of their day to help someone else succeed. Life is good. Don’t forget to vote; be motivated, strong and determined. Tune in tomorrow morning on the 2nd largest city’s one and only morning news show. Peace.


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message
Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support

1 hr 8 min