Donate

Your gift to the Changing Generations Fund is an investment in vulnerable Triangle area children and their families, meeting their needs today and giving them the tools to succeed in the future.

Give by Credit Card, Debit Card, or Bank Draft

Donating via credit card, debit card, or bank draft is easy. We have the capability to accept a one-time gift or a recurring gift. Click the link below to be taken to our secure processor for these types of gifts.

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credit card, debit card, or setup a bank draft.

Give With a Check

To donate by check, please make your check payable to United Way of the Greater Triangle and mail to the address below. For acknowledgement purposes, please include your personal email address on the memo line.

Finance Department
United Way of the Greater Triangle
2400 Perimeter Park Dr., Suite 150
Morrisville, NC 27560

Give Through a Donor-Advised Fund

Step 1.

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Thank you for considering a gift from your Fund to United Way. To ensure that we record your gift correctly, please tell us about your Donor Advised Fund:



Step 2.

After notifying us with the form above, you can use the DAF Direct link at right to recommend a grant from your participating Foundation right now.  No transaction fees will be assessed.

Don’t see your Foundation listed here?  Please contact your Foundation directly to recommend a gift to United Way of the Greater Triangle.  We are unable to contact your Foundation  on your behalf.

Our Employer Identification Number (EIN) is 56-1949103.  Please provide this information to your Foundation when you recommend your gift.

Thank you for your support!

 

 

 

Give a Planned Gift

United Way of the Great Triangle is committed to solutions that work toward the long-term health and well-being of the Greater Triangle community. In order to ensure that the needs in our community will be met well into the future, United Way has established a planned giving program.

Through this program, investors can give lasting gifts that will continue to help those in need for years to come.  Whether through a gift of stock, a bequest, life insurance beneficiary, or a charitable trust, planned gifts enable you to create a sustained impact in your community.

All donors who have made a planned gift, or who let us know that they will make a planned gift, will be included as members of the Tocqueville Legacy Society. Your planned gifts to United Way can be made in a variety of ways that will not only benefit United Way and the Greater Triangle community, but may also provide significant tax and income advantages.

For more information on how making a planned gift could benefit you and the Triangle community, please email Allison Warren-Barbour, SVP Resource Development & Engagement, or call 919-463-5051.

Give a Gift of Stock

United Way also has the ability to accept gifts of stock to help create a lasting and positive impact in the Triangle.  If you prefer to donate with a gift of stock, please download the form below, and submit it to us according to the instructions on the form.

Click here to download and complete the stock gift form for your broker.

Questions or concerns about donations? Please contact Nancy Way at 919-463-5021.


How can I help?

Engage with Us

Volunteer

Volunteering mobilizes the caring power of our community through hands-on action to make an immediate difference to our neighbors and a better place for us all.  United Way of the Greater Triangle can help you get involved in our community whether you’re looking to spend an afternoon reading with students, organize a food drive at your office, mentor a social innovation start-up or bring your colleagues together for a team-building day. Find individual volunteer opportunities here.

Community Events

United Way of the Greater Triangle hosts quarterly community volunteer events, uniting volunteers from Durham, Johnston, Wake, and Orange counties to make a difference for our neighbors.  These projects can:  accept large groups, offer team-building and networking opportunities, and are planned and managed by United Way staff.  These events include:

  • MLK Day of Service
  • National Volunteer Week
  • Day of Action
  • Day of Caring

Read more about these events here.

Leaders United

Leadership-Level Donors

United Way of the Greater Triangle relies on the support of all its donors to make transformational investments in our local community.  Leaders United and the Tocqueville Society members are philanthropic individuals who value the work of United Way and get involved to help create a brighter future for all residents of the Triangle area.

Leadership-level donors can select a variety of ways to get involved and become advocates for a community united for transformative change including board and committee participation, hands-on volunteering, and social advocacy.

Leaders United

Leaders United members are change makers: coming together to radically improve our communities; inspiring action, united around transformative change; contributing to real solutions to the Triangle’s social issues through volunteerism, advocacy, and investments in the community.

Leaders United members build their personal, professional, and philanthropic networks through professional development opportunities and exclusive events to gain a deeper understanding of the issues in our area.  Leaders United is open to any individual making an annual gift of $1,000 or more to United Way of the Greater Triangle.  For more information on Leaders United, please contact Natasha Wayne, Director of Engagement at 919.463.1367.

Tocqueville Society

The Tocqueville Society recognizes visionary leaders who have committed themselves to making our community a better place for all its residents.  Membership is available to individuals who contribute $10,000 or more annually.

Prospective Tocqueville Society members have the opportunity to participate in the Tocqueville Society Step-Up Program.  In this program, individuals become full members when they commit to giving over the following period of years:

  • Year 1: $5,000
  • Year 2: $6,500
  • Year 3: $8,000
  • Year 4: $10,00

Step-Up Program members begin to receive the benefits of Tocqueville Society membership during their step-up years.

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Get Your Company, Team, or Group Engaged with Their Community

Engage With Us

Being a good corporate citizen is important for your brand, for attracting and retaining high quality employees and for building employee morale. We can help you with professional development, employee engagement and brand awareness in a variety of ways that meet your specific goals.  Click here to read more about the list below, and how your company can engage with the community directly.

  • A New Type of Corporate Partnership
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Collection Drives
  • Flash Drives
  • Community Events
  • Learning Opportunities
  • Sponsorships

 

Corporate Leaders

United Way of the Greater Triangle is working creatively with corporate partners to achieve community-level solutions. Although United Way continues its hallmark workplace campaigns at companies, there is an increased focus on expanding year-round engagement opportunities, using human and intellectual capital.

Check out what our top corporate partners by visiting our Corporate Leaders page here.

A special shout out to the winners of our 2015 Awards for Engagement and Giving:

  • Best Overall: Ernst & Young LLP
  • Transformative Corporate Partnership: Citrix and Deloitte
  • Community Impact Fund Investor: Wake County Public School System
  • Employee Education and Engagement: Genworth Financial and Syngenta

Campaign HQ

Workplace Campaigns are about bringing people together to tackle our community’s most pressing issues. Whether a small business, a major corporation or even a non-profit organization, you can join the 500+ organizations that run campaigns with United Way of the Greater Triangle each year.