2/5/2016

Our Super Bowl 50 MVPs

This blog was originally posted by United Way here. On Sunday, the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will face off in Super Bowl 50. Two key players, Broncos’ Safety David Bruton,…

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2/4/2016

Five Reasons Why Volunteering Should Be on Your New Year’s Resolution List

We are about one month in to the New Year. Have you kept your News Year’s Resolution to give to others in 2016? Here’s 5 reasons why you should volunteer…

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2/3/2016

V.I.T.A. Appointments Available

Have you heard of our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA)? United Way of Alamance County partners with local schools to coordinate tax volunteers to help prepare your personal income…

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2/2/2016

5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Women’s Philanthropy

Women are where the power is – at work, at home, and in charitable giving. And there are some pretty incredible data points to back this up. United Way recently…

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2/1/2016

Does Racial Wealth Disparity Hinder Entrepreneurship?

The United States is becoming much more racially and ethnically diverse. At the same time, it’s becoming more unequal in terms of wealth and income and the wealth and income divide is…

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2/10/2016

Lunch & Learn at WRC

Let’s Talk About Self Care! Join us on Thursday, 2/18/2016  from 12-1pm for a lively discussion on health and wellness. Personal Trainer, Brian Isley of Acceleration Dynamic Training Systems will discuss…

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2/10/2016

T2T Presents: Teen Movie Night

Teen 2 Teen Theatre & Video Present: Teen Movie Night Saturday, February 20 7pm Cost: Free (small fee for concessions) Ages: 13-19 Thataways Youth Center Movie: The Nightmare Before Christmas…

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2/9/2016

Third Annual Early Education Summit

Please save the date Third Annual Early Education Summit Tuesday, April 12, 2016 11:30 am-1:30 pm Moseley Center-Lakeside- Elon University This years keynote speaker will be Dr. Kathleen Gallagher who…

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2/9/2016

Bus Driver Education Class With Alamance-Burlington Schools

Bus Driver Education Class With Alamance-Burlington Schools February 16-18 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Alamance-Burlington Schools Central Office Auditorium 1712 Vaughn Road Burlington, NC Interested? Must be 21 years of…

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2/9/2016

Job Seekers Support Group

Looking to land that next job? Or spruce up your resume? How about getting some valuable interviewing tips? If any or all apply, then make sure you stop by the…

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United Way of Alamance County is a proud supporter of local agencies who are advancing our mission by providing services aimed at eradicating the social injustice issues of our area. We also run multiple programs in-house.

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    Give

    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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    Advocate

    United Way of Alamance County recognizes that to achieve our mission, we must advance public policies that support our mission. We don’t just ask people to give – we need your public support, as well.

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    Volunteer

    Give of Your Time. Give an hour. Give a Saturday. Give your best. When you reach out a hand to one, you influence the condition of all. The gift of time is important to our community. Be a catalyst for the change you want to see in Alamance County.

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Welcome To United Way of Alamance

The Mission of United Way of Alamance County is:

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

To do this, we will:

lead collective action around bold goals in education, financial stability, and health.

More specifically, we will LIVE UNITED by:

-convening partners around shared community goals.
-aligning community giving, advocating, and volunteering to achieve the goals.
-supporting strategic work that advances the goals.