United Way of Greater Charlotte today unveiled its new name and a new look as it announced its 2023 investment of $16 million in communities across the Charlotte region – awardin
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
Two individuals also earn Medallion Awards for top 20-25 volunteers in NC More than a dozen individuals and groups in the Charlotte area were recently honored for their outs
2023 grant cycle opens in August; Letter of Interest and information sessions begin in May As part of its continued shift towards equity and neighborhood work, United Way of
Bank of America, Elliott Davis, Regions Bank, Truist, SCOR and Trane Technologies have been named Spirit of North Carolina Award winners for their support of United Way’s work ac
Cabarrus County has been awarded $283,212 to supplement local emergency food and shelter efforts.
Union County has been awarded $284,483 to supplement local emergency food and shelter efforts.
Mecklenburg County has been awarded $1,787,828 to supplement local emergency food and shelter efforts to support people in need during these continued challenging times.
United Way of Central Carolinas announced today the investment of $12.3 million in communities across the Charlotte region – awarding $10 million in grants to 140 nonprofit age
United Way’s 28th Annual Day of Caring Brings Together More Than 800 Union County Neighbors in Service
More than 800 volunteers across the community joined United Way of Central Carolinas to celebrate the 28th annual United Way Union County Day of Caring on Saturday, Aug. 28.
Harris Teeter announced today the launch of its United Way and Salvation Army Round Up Campaign. Now through Nov. 2, Harris Teeter shoppers are invited to round up their transactio
In final round of grants, COVID-19 Response Fund awards more than $1.6 million to dozens of local nonprofits aiding neighbors impacted by the pandemic
More than $1.6 million was awarded to dozens of local nonprofits in the seventh and final round of grants from the COVID-19 Response Fund. In total, more than $23.5 million was gra