United Way of Alamance County is fighting to lift families out of poverty by funding in the areas of education, health, and financial stability
We understand the importance of serving our most vulnerable and underserved populations and therefore emphasize an equity approach to our funding decisions.
Making sure children start school ready to succeed, become proficient readers from an early age, stay on track in middle school, earn a high school diploma, and pursue higher education.
Building healthier, more resilient communities by promoting physical activity, expanding access to quality healthcare, integrating health into early childhood development, and supports for older adults.
Empowering people to get on stable financial ground with access to adequate public transportation and affordable housing, career readiness, and financial literacy.