This Thanksgiving season, we are saying thank you to the very many groups and individuals that support the work of United Way of Alamance County from donors to board members…Read More
As the holiday season begins, call volume is expected to increase to 2-1-1, North Carolina’s free statewide information and referral service that connects people to health and human services and…Read More
The United Way Community Leaders Forum will feature video blogs from engaged and insightful Alamance County residents on what the most pressing issues are for the Alamance County Community and…Read More
The deadline to submit Community Learning Project Proposals for this year’s Leadership Alamance Class has been extended to December 11, 2015! Do you have a project at your organization you…Read More
Don’t miss our Christmas Potluck!!! December 8, 2015 Elon Community Church Community Life Center 6:00 p.m. This is our annual Christmas Potluck Dinner. Bring your favorite dishes to share with…Read More
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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