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.
The S.T.U.D.I.O. is a part of the regional investment in Cabarrus County, which has a tailored strategy focused on residents’ mental wellness.
In January 2022, a diverse committee of Anson County residents and community leaders was created to identify areas of need where United Way funding can make the greatest impact. Ou
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.
At the beginning of 2022, a diverse committee of Union County community members came together to identify key areas of need where United Way funding can make the biggest difference
No one knows Cabarrus County like its local community members. That’s why people from across the county joined together to identify the areas where United Way of Central Carolina
2023 grant cycle opens in August; Letter of Interest and information sessions begin in June As part of its continued shift towards aligning with the needs identified by the
To solve the complex issues we face in our community, we start with making sure our neighbors have what they need to survive. When individuals and families struggle to meet vital n
Unite Charlotte Stories
Alluvium, a grantee in the Unite Charlotte initiative, is a nonprofit organization that serves at-risk youth from third to eighth grade.
“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
The Bulb Gallery provides mobile markets to solve food insecurity by providing fresh, local produce to neighbors in our community.
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 wanted
Promise Youth Development brings East Charlotte youth together to bond with their peers and their community through programming and events.
UNITED NEIGHBORHOODS STORIES
Money Magnets Club encourages entrepreneurship among elementary school kids and their guardians through education, exposure and resources.
More than a hundred volunteers gathered across four locations between two Saturdays to participate in Live United Day.
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.