The Hard Truth When a 2013 study by Harvard University/UC Berkeley uncovered that Charlotte/Mecklenburg ranked 50th out of 50 in economic mobility among the largest U.S. cities, ou
Imagine the pride an adult student feels when they receive their degree. To many, finishing a degree later in life than most is a testimony to the hard work and resilience that emp
United Way of Central Carolinas says it will invest $2.4 million over three years into the Grier Heights and Renaissance neighborhoods.
Among the first to get money from the United Neighborhoods initiative: the Renaissance community in west Charlotte and Grier Heights in east Charlotte.
United Way of Central Carolinas announced the launch of United Neighborhoods, a new community-led and community-based effort that works to create an environment of opportunity for