A message from Judy Schanel Chair, Board of Directors The work we have accomplished together is inspiring. We have given hope, voice, and support to those who need it most in our community. I have seen the result of our work first hand, and it adds fuel to my commitment to serve with and support […]

United Way of Greater Greensboro hosted its annual Week of Caring in April, 2014, followed by Day of Action in June. These two service events engaged individual and corporate volunteers who served our community through book drives, supply drives, meal prep, financial literacy education and more!

In December 2013, African American Leadership hosted its annual Breakfast with Community Leaders, welcoming a panel of issue experts to discuss the impact of self-sufficiency, economic growth and sustainability.

In September 2013, to kick off the 2013-14 campaign, United Way welcomed the community for a celebration honoring the impact of the people and places that help make change happen in Greater Greensboro.

In May 2014, United Way of Greater Greensboro’s Tocqueville Society gathered to celebrate the impact of their giving over 25 years and the value of their critical support of United Way’s work in our community.

Thriving at 3 is an early literacy initiative of United Way of Greater Greensboro that helps children become prepared to succeed in school. Families gather for activities, fun and to celebrate the impact of developing love of reading together.

730 caring citizens gathered to hear keynote speaker Lauren Bush Lauren, learn about hunger and poverty around the globe and in our own community and be inspired to make an impact.