New to United Way?
When you get involved with United Way, you’re supporting a powerful movement to impact the county’s most pressing health and human service needs.
United Way of Alamance County is a non-profit organization that has been working in our community since 1927 to build strong, successful families and a brighter future. We are governed by a local board of directors. Through the work of United Way, volunteers, donors, businesses, and other non-profits come together to make our community stronger.
You can learn more about our approach and how we use the Collective Impact model to meet our goals.
See how we impacted our community during the last year in our Report to the Community.
How Can You Get Involved?
Are you ready to join others in Alamance County who have a vision for a thriving community and a desire to unite resources to make a deep and lasting impact? Here are ways you can help.
Consider donating your time. Some of the ways volunteers can help include:
- Help with the Stamp Out Hunger food drive
- Prepare taxes through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program
- Serve or deliver meals
- Mentor or tutor students
- Collect school supplies
- Help with yard work
Visit our VOLUNTEER page where you can find links to nonprofit agencies that are in need of donations of items and/or your time.
Your gift stays right here in Alamance County, and all donations are tax deductible. You have the option to give in honor or memory of a loved one or designate to a workplace campaign. Donate online here.