8/22/2016

From preschool through high school: 24 great books that show empathy, kindness

United Way of Alamance County works with local non-profits to solve big issues. We aim to break destructive, costly cycles of poverty by focusing on health, financial stability, and education….

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8/22/2016

What Your $100 Investment in the UWAC Community Fund Does

Curious about what your $100 investment in United Way of Alamance County’s Community Fund does? See the list below and make your gift online at uwalamance.org/donate! A $100 investment into…

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8/17/2016

United Way Day 9.1.16 Is Coming Up!

Do you know about United Way Day 9.1.16?  In this video, Marketing & Events Coordinator Lauren Berk talks about the great ways to get involved on the day! Celebrate United Way of Alamance…

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8/16/2016

3 things young executives should consider about board membership

Organizations often seek diverse representation on their board ranging from racial diversity to age diversity and industry diversity. As members of younger generations enter the executive ranks, they are often asked to…

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8/12/2016

Celebrate United Way Day

Celebrate United Way of Alamance County’s work advancing the common good in Alamance County on United Way Day. There are so many ways to get involved. #UWACUnitedWayDay Give- Make your donation and/or…

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8/26/2016

United Way Day Celebration – Register!

Have you registered for our free United Way Day Celebration next Thursday, September 1st, from 4:00-6:00? Celebrate United Way of Alamance County’s work to advance the common good by joining…

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8/26/2016

Community Council Meeting Wednesday, September 6th

The next Community Council meeting is Tuesday, September 6 at 12:00 pm in the Gathering Room at Twin Lakes. The cost for lunch is $10.00 if registered in advance (payable…

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8/25/2016

Governor Pat McCrory declares September as PACE month in North Carolina

Breaking news! Governor Pat McCrory declares September as PACE Month in North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory Proclaims September as PACE MONTH in North Carolina Governor commends the observance of PACE…

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8/24/2016

Free Vascular Screening

Do you have: Pain in your toes or feet? A history of high blood pressure, heart attack or stroke? Aching, cramping or pain in our legs when you walk or…

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8/24/2016

Pink Carpet Breast Health Education Event

Be The Star of Your Own Health and join us for our annual Breast Health Education Event Pink Carpet & Fun Surprises Starts at 5:30 pm Dinner Buffet at 6:00 pm…

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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

    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 County

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.