Community Caring and Sharing
Together we are “United For A Better Tomorrow”
The United Way of Cleveland County helps people by uniting resources and programs to responsibly meet the needs of our community.
Invest in the Community impact Fund through our annual campaign.
A donation to United Way of Cleveland County will be supporting critical programs that improve the lives and conditions of the people in our community. Your gift supports education, food access, healthy aging, and emergency services here in Cleveland County.
In 2019 we raised $36,194.92.
This year, our goal is $40,000 with 40% participation.
*As of November 11, 2020, we have raised $32,757.72 with 36.2% participation.
What we do can be simplified into three basic categories:
The United Way of Cleveland County raises money through their annual campaign. Whether this be through employee campaigns, individual gifts, or corporate giving.
In 2018 the United Way of Cleveland County raised $1,266,000.
The United Way of Cleveland County is very responsible with our donations. Each agency that receives United Way funding is carefully reviewed by volunteers to make sure that United Way dollars are making a difference.
30 Programs housed within 27 Agencies here in Cleveland County will receive United Way funding in 2018. 88¢ of every $1 raised goes directly to our agencies.
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HELPING STUDENTS MAKE PLANS FOR THE FUTURE.The United Way supports programs thatare preparing our students. Whether it beby helping them graduate, enter theworkforce or enroll in college.
REACHING OUT TO THE AGING POPULATION.As the population of older adult’s increase,services for those people should as well.United Way makes sure that the needs ofall demographics of our population arebeing addressed.
KEEPING FAMILIES IN THEIR HOMES.Unstable living conditions lead to unemployable people and can continue the cycle of poverty. United Way programs are working to end that cycle.
ENSURING EVERYONE HAS ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE.Physical and Mental Health are both key to a productive society. Our agencies are working to increase access to healthcare and to break the stigma of mental health in Cleveland County.
We offer a variety of options to donate to your community, find out which option is best for you.
To authorize an automatic deduction from your paycheck, or to be billed for a specific amount:
The completed document can be submitted to Human Resource through multiple methods:
Ms. Frances SizemoreOffice of Human ResourcesGardner-Webb UniversityP.O. Box 997Boiling Springs, NC 28017
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