United Way of Central Carolinas was founded 90 years ago in Mecklenburg County as “Emergency Relief” to help people affected by the Great Depression through the power of collec
Women have played an important role in United Way of Central Carolinas’ mission since its founding in 1931. Now, 90 years later, the organization is still focused on mobilizing t
The United Way of North Carolina is honoring Union County with the Spirit of North Carolina Award for its exemplary support of the United Way and its community partnerships.
Six Companies, Two Government Entities in the Charlotte Region Named United Way Spirit of North Carolina Award Winners
BASF Corporation, Childress Klein, Duke Energy, Grant Thornton, National Gypsum, Truist, City of Monroe and Union County Government have been named Spirit of North Carolina Award w
For more than 24 years, United Way of North Carolina has recognized companies and organizations who have demonstrated exceptional investment in North Carolina communities through t
United Way of Central Carolinas and the City of Charlotte know that creating and sustaining a city where all residents are safe requires collaboration, innovation and community inv
United Way of Central Carolinas, in partnership with the City of Charlotte, will award $1 million in grants to grassroots nonprofit agencies committed to supporting efforts to curb