With a bold mission to eradicate poverty and increase social mobility through the power of partnerships, United Way of the Greater Triangle serves the most vulnerable members of our community. During our 2016-2017 funding cycle, over 85% of those served were people of color. Conversely, during that same time, people of color led just 20%
United Way is a worldwide organization of nearly 1,800 community-based United Ways in 41 countries and territories. Each is independent, separately incorporated, and governed by local volunteers. United Ways bring communities together to focus on the most important needs in the community, build partnerships, forge consensus and leverage resources to make a measurable difference. For
United Way provides much more than dollars. It has an overview perspective of the community. Each local United Way identifies community issues, convenes community groups and develops special initiatives. It certifies agencies and holds them accountable for outcomes. Some have called United Way’s certification the “Good Housekeeping” seal of approval for nonprofit agencies. And our
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