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United Way Educational Preparedness Initiatives

Tony DiTucci


Tony DiTucci currently serves as vice president of DGA Builders in Pittsford, where he brings decades of experience to the organization. During his spare time, Tony DiTucci gives generously to charitable organizations including United Way.

One major way in which United Way reaches out to communities is through educational preparation. United Way believes in the benefits of preparation for school, and works to improve access to early childhood education and childcare. It contributes some funds to initiatives such as the School Readiness Funders' Coalition, which ensures kindergarten readiness, and invests in home visits for at-risk and low-income parents.

Related to this general concept of preparedness is literacy. United Way works to ensure young people can read at their grade levels by the end of their fifth grade year. Some of the techniques this organization invests in include parent engagement, early identification of needs, and tutoring. In the St. Paul area, for example, United Way partnered with local school districts to support one-on-one tutoring in dozens of schools.

Tony DiTucci currently serves as vice president of DGA Builders in Pittsford, where he brings decades of experience to the organization. During his spare time, Tony DiTucci gives generously to charitable organizations including United Way.

One major way in which United Way reaches out to communities is through educational preparation. United Way believes in the benefits of preparation for school, and works to improve access to early childhood education and childcare. It contributes some funds to initiatives such as the School Readiness Funders' Coalition, which ensures kindergarten readiness, and invests in home visits for at-risk and low-income parents.
Related to this general concept of preparedness is literacy. United Way works to ensure young people can read at their grade levels by the end of their fifth grade year. Some of the techniques this organization invests in include parent engagement, early identification of needs, and tutoring. In the St. Paul area, for example, United Way partnered with local school districts to support one-on-one tutoring in dozens of schools.

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