The Mission of United Way of Alamance County is:

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


Governor Cooper honors Burlington volunteer

The Alamance County’s Volunteer Service Awards program, created in 1980, recognizes Alamance County’s most dedicated volunteers. Through the years, the award has been bestowed on citizens who have shown concern…

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25th Annual Stamp Out Hunger

Letter carriers’ 25th annual food drive set for Sat., May 13 throughout nation WASHINGTON – The National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) will conduct its 25th annual national food drive…

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Do you know how Taste of Alamance helps our Community Fund?

Spring is in the air, which in the nonprofit field also means grant season. At United Way of Alamance County spring is nothing short of busy, and there certainly is…

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Community Council: Mayor & County Recognition Day for Service

To spotlight the impact of service and thank those who serve, mayors and county officials attended Community Council to celebrate the 5th annual Mayor and County Recognition Day for National…

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Be Fulfilled by Taste of Alamance Luncheon Speaker

Delaney Hinnant, United Way of Alamance County Intern, March 21, 2017 Taste of Alamance is an event the Alamance community doesn’t want to miss! On April 24th, 2017, delicious cuisines…

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Looking for Resources? People are a valuable Asset! Is your Volunteer Alamance listing up-to-date?

As mentioned during the May Community Council meeting Leadership Alamance will be graduating a group of 34 community leaders from the recent 9-month program on Thursday June 1st.  If your…

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Turrentine Middle request for adult volunteers as test proctors

Turrentine Middle School needs adult volunteers for end of grade test proctors! Turrentine’s End-of-Grade tests (EOGs) are rapidly approaching, and we need your help!  We need a large number of…

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ABSS Announces Free Summer Food Service Program Sites

Please see the attached schedule for the free summer food service program for children ages 18 and under or disabled in Alamance County, sponsored by ABSS and the United States Department…

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Job Opening: Volunteer Court Navigator Program – Program Supervisor

Position Title: Volunteer Court Navigator Program – Program Supervisor                                                5-22-2017 Reports To: Executive Director POSITION DESCRIPTION Family Abuse Services is seeking a full time Volunteer Court Navigator Program – Program…

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Alamance County Teen Court Program Seeks Program Director

One Step Further, Inc. (OSF), a Guilford County-based nonprofit organization which has provided numerous youth and adult services for 37 years, will assume operation of the Alamance County Teen Court…

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