UWFC begins Summer Hours
Summer won't officially be here until June 21st, but sunny days and warm weather are already here.
During the months of June and July, United Way of Forsyth County will be open for business from 8am to 5pm, Monday through Thursday. It's not all play and no work - in exchange for Fridays off, we'll be working ten (10) hours, four (4) days a week. It is our hope that staff will use the extra day off to spend time with their family, bask in the sun, and relax before our busy season begins. United Way of Forsyth County will resume normal work hours on Monday, August 4th.
Happy to have Fridays off, UWFC staff put together a video of appreciation. Click the photo to view.
Enjoy and Happy Summer!
United Way of Forsyth County is excited that Mayor Joines and the city of Winston Salem have joined the "Mayor's Challenge to End Veterans Homelessness". Since 2006, UWFC has been a part of the local, collective efforts to end homelessness through the Ten-Year Plan Commission on Homelessness.
On June 4th, First Lady Michelle Obama made a big announcement and Andrea Kurtz, Director of the Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness, was in the White House to hear it.