UWAC Announces 2015 Report to the Community

It is with great pride and pleasure that we present to you United Way of Alamance County’s 2015 Report to the Community.  On behalf our staff, Board and volunteers, we…

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Stamp Out Hunger Upcoming on Saturday May 14th

Join us in supporting the Letter Carriers’ 24th Annual #StampOutHunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 14! Simply set out your non-perishable food donations well before your letter carrier’s normal pick-up…

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Why America’s Schools Have A Money Problem

NPR published an article today titled, “Why America’s Schools Have A Money Problem” (1). The national average per student per year is $11,841. Alamance-Burlington School System spends $8,546 per student per year…

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Marketing & Events Coordinator Interviewed on WFMY – Taste of Alamance & Draft Day

Lauren Berk, Marketing & Events Coordinator was interviewed on the WFMY Good Morning shows the past two Thursday promoting upcoming United Way of Alamance Fundraisers– Draft Day Brewfest and Taste of Alamance….

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Give Back During National Volunteer Week

Alamance County makes a difference during National Volunteer Week, April 10-16, 2016! Are you interesting in volunteering in Alamance County but don’t know where to start? You’re in luck! United Way…

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Executive Director Position Announcement

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Alamance County Dispute Settlement and Youth Services staff, programs, expansion, and execution…

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Alamance-Burlington Board of Education to Host Public Forums on Redistricting Plan

Alamance-Burlington Board of Education to Host Public Forums on Redistricting Plan The Alamance-Burlington Board of Education will host 2 public forums in May regarding the proposed high school redistricting plan…

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Community Council meeting May 3

Have you signed up for Community Council Tuesday at noon at Twin Lakes? The cost for lunch is $10.00 if registered in advance. To avoid waiting in line, you can…

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Community Council Table Decorations

We have a couple of vacancies for table decorations for Community Council. One is for May (next week) and one is for December 6, 2016. As an estimate, we average…

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ACAC April Newsletter – So Many Reasons to Smile!

Check out the Allied Churches of Alamance County April E-Newsletter Read more about our Volunteer and Volunteer Group of the year, a day of free dental care for ACAC’s shelter…

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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.