We measure our success in lives changed. These stories are a testament to the difference our community can make when we come together to create lasting change.
Impact Grant Stories
Around 53 million U.S. adults experienced a mental health disorder in 2020, compared to 50 million in 2019. Less than half of these diagnosed mental health disorders were treated.
United Way of Central Carolinas works to ensure children and young people in Cabarrus County have the knowledge and resources to succeed.
United Way of Central Carolinas is helping people in Union County achieve optimal health and live independently and productively.
Cooperative Christian Ministry serves Cabarrus and southern Rowan counties, moving people from crisis to restoration by relieving food insecurity, addressing homelessness and keepi
Matthews Free Medical Clinic provides free high-quality health care, case management and educational services to low-income, uninsured patients in Mecklenburg and Union counties.
Families First in Cabarrus County provides programs like ESL and GED classes and learning experiences like bilingual preschools that nurture children, empower parents and strengthe
Union County Crisis Assistance Ministry provides emergency support to help pay mortgage, rent and utility costs for Union County families who've fallen upon hard times.
HealthReach Community Clinic provides free health care services and medications, helping to reduce health disparities and strengthen the well-being of Iredell County residents.
Men’s Shelter of Charlotte provides emergency shelter and basic needs, helping people get back on their feet and build a brighter future.
Unite Charlotte Stories
“It’s not just swinging a hammer,” said Corporate Partnerships Manager Marion Pulse from She Built This City, a local nonprofit seeking equity for women in the skilled trades
Bringing For The Struggle to life was always a part of Alesha Brown’s plan. Now the Founder and Executive Director of her own nonprofit, For The Struggle, Inc (FTS), Brown want
It’s hard to grasp just how important community is until you need it most. That’s why Promise Youth Development brings youth in East Charlotte together from an early age
United Way's Unite Charlotte partner Project B.O.L.T. provides programming and resources to improve the quality of life for youth, families and formerly incarcerated people in Char
Unite Charlotte partners Anthony Morrow Charities and Wilson Oasis eliminate barriers to mental health care access in minority populations.
UNITED NEIGHBORHOODS STORIES
Care Ring has been serving Charlotte since 1955 and their mission has remained the same after all these years – to provide high-quality healthcare services in a holistic manner
Around 15% of the Mecklenburg County population lives in food deserts, which is greater than the national average of about 11%. (MeckNC.gov) This means that around 15% of the popul
Lakeview Neighborhood Alliance provides a safe, supportive and welcoming Charlotte community, bringing residents together to build a better neighborhood.