This United Voices interview is the first in a series featuring community leaders sharing their expertise, passion and involvement across the greater Charlotte region.
Trust-based philanthropy reimagines the relationships between donors, nonprofits and communities to rebalance power and decision making.
Sil Ganzó talks about her organization (ourBRIDGE for KIDS) and how she continues to strengthen her partnership with United Way.
Leanna Calvin founded Exposure Project, a Unite Charlotte First Year grantee, as a way to introduce students to various career options.
Each year, United Way of Greater Charlotte arranges a cohort of 25 First Year Unite Charlotte grantees to participate in the Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program.
United Way held a Community Partner Summit, where nonprofit partners gathered to connect, network and share ideas throughout the day.
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.
Alluvium, a grantee in the Unite Charlotte initiative, is a nonprofit organization that serves at-risk youth from third to eighth grade.
The Knight Foundation is investing $450,000 spread over three years to United Way to fund expanded United Neighborhoods efforts.