Most of the center’s initial funding came from a $10 million donation from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Bill’s mother, Mary Gates, was a longtime United Way supporter and board member who died in 1994.
The learning center will allow United Way to use high-definition video conference and webcasting technology to train staffers and volunteers at United Way chapters worlwide. Bill Gates Sr. also attended Wednesday’s dedication in Alexandria.
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