UWFC 2014 Community Campaign
United Way of Forsyth County isn't just helpful to our community, it's crucial. When it comes to the financial stability, education and health of our community, United Way doesn't just donate or make quick fixes - we work with local businesses, agencies and community members to figure out what a place needs and make real change.
Imagine a community that offers hope and opportunity for everyone. Where all children receive a quality education that offers pathways to a brighter future. Where the cycle of poverty ends and productive livelihoods are possible, event for the most disadvantaged. Where everyone lives a healthy life. That is the vision for United Way of Forsyth County.
At the heart of what United Way of Forsyth County represents is a community of diverse, connected individuals working together for the benefit of all - LIVE UNITED. To make the visions of better health care, better education and financial stability a reality, what our community needs is YOU. Because great things happen when we live united. Join the 2014 Community Campaign.
Teri Hairston, Program Assistant for the Ten-Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness, is one of six peots who's work being displayed by the Storefronts Winston-Salem Project.
The HanesBrands/United Way product sale has been discontinued. However, HanesBrands' Direct to Consumer business will host its annual sample sale at the Education Building on Winston Salem Fairgrounds from August 19-23.
The Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness will be hosting a Summer Service Fair and Point-In-Time Count on Wednesday, August 6, 2014. This year’s Point-In-Time Count has the additional task of identifying homeless veterans – in an effort to end veteran homelessness by November 11, 2014.