United Way of Alamance County supports many initiatives in Alamance County. To learn more about the different initiatives and programs we support, please see below. If you are in need of assistance, please view our 2-1-1: Get Help page.
|LINK TRANSIT’s route to Alamance Community College is funded by United Way of Alamance County in partnership with Alamance County Government, Hayden Harman Foundation, and Alamance Community College, connecting members of our community to critical educational services and job training. For routes, a bus tracker and more information, visit the Link Transit website.|
|STORYWALK® is an innovative way for children to simultaneously enjoy reading and active play, as pages from a children’s book are deconstructed and attached to stakes along an outdoor path. United Way has presented three stories in Alamance County through Community Council. Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available for future sites. Learn more about our locations and books currently in rotation!
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
|VOLUNTEER ALAMANCE is our website that matches volunteers with their specialized interests at local nonprofits. Volunteers can log hours to enhance their resume and agencies are able to recruit help through an interactive portal. Volunteers and agencies can sign up to get connected.|
|VITA is a free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, United Way sponsors at our office to assist elderly, low income, and disabled individuals during tax season. Volunteer opportunities are posted on Volunteer Alamance and information about tax services are available on our 2-1-1: Get Help page.|
|COMMUNITY COUNCIL is hosted by United Way and provides an avenue for nonprofit agencies that fosters collaboration through monthly meetings. Visit the community council blog to view agency announcements, meeting dates, nonprofit employment opportunities, and more.|
|2-1-1 is an assistance hotline available in each county in North Carolina. Looking for help? Not sure where to start? 2-1-1 connects callers to over 20,000 agencies through a live representative who matches services to their needs. Calls are free, confidential, and available in any language 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Visit our 2-1-1: Get Help page for assistance with housing, food, healthcare, utility payments and more.|