Three Charlotte-area people and a local business have been honored by the state for the volunteer work they do in the greater Charlotte area.
United Way announced the local Governor’s Award winners for volunteerism, including one local honoree who won a Medallion Award.
Collaboration on the region’s health and human services challenges. When Novant Health’s Dr. Ophelia Garmon-Brown recently led the unveiling of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg
Without McGuireWoods, United Way of Central Carolinas would not exist today. The names were different back then. In the depths of the Great Depression, Charlotte’s United
Among all of United Way of Central Carolinas’ supporters, National Gypsum has one of the highest percentages of employees who donate to United Way. “We’re a local
Ingersoll Rand’s vision is to create a world of sustainable progress and enduring results. In philanthropic terms, that translates into continual, measurable improveme
Hometown favorite Harris Teeter is Charlotte’s largest grocer by both market share and number of stores. So the Matthews-based chain intentionally leverages its vast custo
Fifth Third Bank and United Way have a rich combined history. Company-wide, the bank’s involvement with United Way agencies dates back over 100 years. Last year, Fifth Thi