Families First in Cabarrus County never shut its doors when the pandemic started. Instead, it opened a classroom for school-age children of families with essential worker parents.
$4 Million in CARES Act Funds Awarded to 39 Mecklenburg Nonprofits Impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic in Special Round of COVID-19 Response Fund Grants
United Way of Central Carolinas, in partnership with Foundation For The Carolinas, has awarded $4 million from the COVID-19 Response Fund to 39 Mecklenburg County nonprofits in a s
It was indeed a red letter day for the HealthReach Clinic on Tuesday as the seven volunteer nurses were honored as the winners of the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award.
Launched in 2017 by United Way of Central Carolinas, United Neighborhoods is changing the odds in disinvested communities by supporting resident-driven revitalization efforts that