July 01, 2022
2021 was a year of momentum for Woodlawn United. With our partners and supporters, we made great strides toward a more vibrant, equitable community. Our progress served as a new beginning for us and this community as we finalized our strategic priorities for the next five years, strengthened our community partnerships, and renewed our commitment to legacy residents and small business owners.
January 28, 2022
2020 was the year that revealed our community’s weakest vulnerabilities, deepest inequities, and widest gaps. The challenges emerged quickly. But donations from supporters like you made it possible for the Woodlawn United team to respond to each challenge with resources and a plan.
January 28, 2022
During the production of our 2019 Annual Report, we were hit with a global pandemic. Mashonda Taylor was named Executive Director of the Woodlawn Foundation on March 13, 2020, the same day Governor Ivey declared a public health emergency in Alabama. She immediately announced that all Woodlawn Foundation Staff would work remotely and all in-person events and community meetings were cancelled. Despite the difficulty of “working from home,” Mashonda and her team have done an extraordinary job of meeting the challenges facing our community residents and partners.
January 21, 2018
Our 2017 Annual Report highlights the progress Woodlawn has made this past year and tells some stories about the people continuing to create and drive the vision for the future. We appreciate our donors, partners, advocates and volunteers. We are still here because of you and we invite you to be a part of the Woodlawn story in 2018.