Promise Youth Development brings East Charlotte youth together to bond with their peers and their community through programming and events.
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
Students spend a large portion of their lives in a classroom, learning about math, history, english and other academic subjects. However, there are things in life that can’t be l
United Way of Central Carolinas funds nonprofits in the Charlotte region in order to improve economic mobility, advance racial equity and ensure everyone has the opportunity to liv
On June 19, 1865, about two months after the end of the Civil War, word arrived in Galveston Texas, to inform enslaved Africans-American of their freedom. Although the Emancipation
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.
Each day, United Way of Central Carolinas works to ensure children and young people in Cabarrus County have the knowledge, skills and resources to create a successful path from sch
Mental health plays a vital role in the complete wellness of children, families and communities. To ensure optimal mental health into adulthood, it is important to build a strong f
Each day, United Way of Central Carolinas works to ensure every young person across the greater Charlotte region has the knowledge, skills and resources to create a successful path