United Way’s First Public Midyear Report Shows 121 Households Left Poverty, Thousands Receiving Supports and Services

Public Invited to Attend Virtual Event to Learn More About United Way’s Strategy and Latest Outcomes to End Local Poverty

Greensboro, NC (March 8, 2023) – United Way of Greater Greensboro (UWGG) is pleased to invite the community to a virtual lunch and learn presenting its first-ever public midyear outcomes report, which will provide details on its Bold Goal progress to help 3,000 households leave poverty by 2030, and Strategic Partner outcomes showing thousands of local children, adults and families receiving needed supports and services.   

End Poverty: The Lunch and Learn Series
Topic: Midyear Outcomes
March 9
12 to 1 p.m.

The achievement of 121 households leaving poverty exceeds United Way of Greater Greensboro’s goal to help 50 households leave poverty by the end of 2023, and supports its Bold Goal to help 3,000 households by 2030. 

Attendees will learn more about the organization’s strategy to end local poverty and discover the impact its work is having on the lives of community members.

UWGG will provide an update to its Bold Goal progress in addition to updates related to: 

  • Helping youth transition from cradle to career
  • Helping adults land jobs and increase income
  • Providing access to basic needs and healthcare
  • Family Success Centers, and more. 


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