9/28/2016

UWAC Spokes-kid Interviews William about Poverty

In this video, United Way of Alamance County spokes-kid Luke interviews William Gattis and asks some great questions about poverty and what United Way of Alamance County is doing to ensure…

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9/27/2016

Today Is National Voter Registration Day!

National Voter Registration Day is on September 27! United Way has signed on to be a Featured Partner with Google, Twitter, Tumblr and MTV. It looks to be the biggest…

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9/20/2016

How Poverty Affects the Brain

Your zip code may contribute to your brain development, according to a recent study which found children exposed to violence and fear often lacked empathy as adults. Kids who grow up with…

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9/19/2016

You’re Invited! Alamance County’s 2nd StoryWalk® Ribbon Cutting

You’re invited to a Ribbon Cutting Event to celebrate the second StoryWalk® in Alamance County, a new activity for the entire family. StoryWalk® combines the benefits of reading and walking…

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9/16/2016

First Great Alamance Auto Giveaway Finalist Chosen

The Great Alamance Auto Giveaway is an exciting incentive program where for $60 per ticket, you have the chance to win a brand new car yourself and give one to an Alamance…

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9/30/2016

Be a Super Hero – Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon

On Tuesday, November 1st, Junior Achievement (JA) will host their annual Alamance Bowl-A-Thon fundraiser at Country Club Lanes West.  This event helps to raise funds to bring Junior Achievement programming…

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9/29/2016

Community Council meeting Tuesday, October 4

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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9/29/2016

Financial Workshop – Getting back on track $$

The Women’s Resource Center in Alamance County will be hosting three interactive sessions designed to help you build habits that can improve your financial situation. The sessions will be led…

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9/29/2016

ACAC’s Fall Open House – TODAY!

Today is The Day! ACAC’s Fall Open House & HUGE Announcement from Wells Fargo When: TODAY from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Where: ACAC, 206 N. Fisher St., Burlington Interested in volunteering…

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9/29/2016

Southern Alamance Community Resource Fair

Sylvan Elementary School is hosting the 2nd annual Southern Alamance Community Resource Fair on Thursday, October 13th, from 4:00 until 6:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium at 7718 Sylvan Road, Snow…

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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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    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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    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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    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.