We are working to improve:
Our focus on education support programs that are training our future leaders, forming trusting relationships between youth and adults who are working to keep them on track for education success, providing a jumpstart for kindergarten students in Northern Moore County and much more.
Through our support of our partners in financial stability, financial support services are available to individuals and families in economic crisis. These programs offer opportunities to change one’s financial status to where they become self-sustaining. And in times of disaster, United Way is there to help.
Our focus on the health and well-being of the community ensures opportunity to rebuild broken lives and hope for a good, healthy existence. United Way supports those programs that give safe sanctuary when needed, independence to take care on one’s own, daily healthy maintenance, and guidance with treatment when needed.
Get to Know Us
The United Way of Moore County is a private non-profit organization in Southern Pines, NC with a local board of directors whose mission is to make a measurable impact on the quality of life in the community by addressing essential human service issues. Contributions to United Way stay right here in our community.Learn more
Volunteering is not only a great way to meet new people, especially if you are new to the area it also strengthens your ties to the community and gives you the opportunity to practice and develop your social skills. It is a fun and easy way to explore your interests and passions. Doing volunteer work provides you with a natural sense of accomplishment, pride and identity. Whatever YOUR reason for your volunteer work with us will be, we at United Way of Moore County, NC appreciate all your support and commitment!Learn more
Children and youth participated in opportunities to start school ready, become proficient at reading, stay on track in middle school, earn a high school diploma & pursue higher education.
Families helped to achieve or sustain financial independence. 1,000+ children received new clothing and supplies for school, some for the first time. 23 families received food, clothing, and shelter after losing everything in a fire. 651 local families received rent and utilities assistance and avoided homelessness. 2,978 days of safe shelter were provided for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
Meals served assisting elderly, temporarily disabled, and disabled residents of your community.