The Mission of United Way of Alamance County is:

to mobilize the caring power of our community to advance the common good.

How Your Gifts Are Making An Impact

67,145
Total number of lives touched by United Way of Alamance funding last year
17,772
Trips on Link Transit to access classes at Alamance Community College (July 2017 to June 2018)
$1,366,143
Funds given back to the community (July 2017– June 2018)
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11/14/2019

United Way Hosts Food Pantry Round-Table

Yesterday, United Way had the privilege of hosting a food pantry round-table with the pantries that receive food from the Second Harvest Food Bank in Winston Salem. We heard organizational…

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11/14/2019

Community Council Recap November 5th

Last week’s Community Council program was focused on the opioid crisis in Alamance County. Guest speakers Ray Vipperman (EMS), Sara Huffman (RHA) and Carolyn Carter (RTSA) walked us through what…

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11/12/2019

2-1-1 Success Story

2-1-1 is a 24/7 resource hotline that anyone in the United States can call for assistance. United Way sponsors this free service in hopes to better connect people to the…

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11/4/2019

Community Partner Spotlight: Medication Management Clinic

Medication Management Clinic is a non-profit clinic associated with Cone Health that is able to provide free prescription medications for individuals that meet their eligibility criteria. The clinic serves uninsured…

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10/28/2019

Community Partner Spotlight: Open Door Clinic

Open Door Clinic was established in 1990 with the goal of providing free healthcare services for the uninsured in Alamance County. The clinic relies heavily on volunteers to donate their…

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11/15/2019

FREE CHAIRS

            FREE CHAIRS – must pick up Contact Katie Wise at Liggett if interested. kewise@liggettgroup.com or 919 304-7768 18 green plastic chairs that are in good…

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11/15/2019

Resilience Week: Statewide Resilience Documentary Showing

The Kellin Foundation is proud to partner with Prevent Child Abuse, the ChildTrust Foundation, UNC-TV, KPJR Films, the Winer Family Foundation, and many others across the state of North Carolina…

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11/13/2019

Medicaid Transformation Info Session

Medicaid Transformation is changing the way most people are receiving Medicaid services. Drop in on the evening of November 18 at May Memorial Library to meet all of Prepaid Health Plan providers…

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11/13/2019

T-Shirt “Give” Away

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11/12/2019

The Opioid Crisis: The Faith Community Responds Clergy-Faith Leaders Breakfast

Are you interested in learning more about the opioid crisis? Are you interested in ways that your congregation can get involved? Hear what faith leaders are saying and doing in…

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    Your generous gift will support United Way's vital poverty-cutting programs. Together we’re making a difference in people’s lives and creating a stronger community for us all. Your donation, large or small, makes it possible for United Way to improve lives in our community.

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