Meet Our 2023 Regional Investment Partners
United Way of Greater Charlotte has realigned its regional investment to focus on issues identified by community members across its four-county footprint.
Meet Our 2023 Unite Charlotte Partners
United Way of Greater Charlotte announced the 2023 Unite Charlotte grant recipients.
Meet Our 2023 United Neighborhoods Partners
United Way of Greater Charlotte is funding 64 United Neighborhoods partners in 2023.
Supporting Positive Relationships with Youth in East Charlotte Through Mentorship & Education
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 to bon
Identifying the Needs of Residents in Anson County
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
Making a Greater Impact on Residents in Union County
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
The Importance of Place-Based Work
“We invest in neighborhoods because we believe that you all know exactly what you need in your communities and you just need some support to get there,” said United Way of Cent
Aligning with the Community’s Needs in Cabarrus County
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
Focusing on Needs Identified by Community Members Across Counties
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
Breaking Down Barriers for Women in the Skilled Trades
“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