Join the movement to END poverty
Did you know the poverty rate in GSO is 31% above the national average? That means 57,000 people and 25% of children really need your help! We’re creating a bold movement to end local poverty.
Join us and support our partnerships that work together to help:
• Kids succeed in school & life
• Adults learn new skills & land jobs
• Seniors access needed care
• ENTIRE families thrive
Watch our latest videos to see our partnerships in action.
Join us for Young Leaders annual Trunk-or-Treat!
Saturday, October 27, 2 – 4 p.m. | 1500 Yanceyville Street
Join United Way of Greater Greensboro’s Young Leaders and decorate your trunk in festive, fall fashion and hand out candy and treats for children in our community! This event is free and open to the public, rain or shine.
Trunk-or-Treat is a safe alternative to trick-or-treating that brings the community together.
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED to host and decorate trunks, greet families, organize car parking, host games & more!
Handbags for Hope Hosted by Women United
Gather your friends for a night of philanthropy and fun! Enjoy wine and food as hundreds of designer new and vintage handbags, accessories, experiences, and more are auctioned. Guests will receive a beautiful tote bag from Tanger Outlets.
Proceeds benefit United Way’s efforts to END local poverty.
This event is almost sold out. Please contact Julie for more information about purchasing tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breakfast with Community Leaders hosted by African American Leadership
December 4, 2018, 7:30-9am
Make plans to join us at the annual Breakfast with Community Leaders hosted by African American Leadership. The event will focus on United Way’s positive progress towards ending poverty and will feature “Faces of Success” and updates about our two Family Success Center locations!
RSVP link and more details will be available soon.
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