Located in Southern Pines, North Carolina, United Way of Moore County is one of more than 1,300 local United Ways across the country. United Way of Moore County is separately incorporated and is independently governed by a local board of volunteer community leaders.
United Way is a national network of more than 1,300 locally governed organizations that work to create lasting positive changes in communities and people’s lives. Building on more than a century of service as the nation’s preeminent community-based fundraiser, United Way engages the community to identify the underlying causes of the most significant local issues, develops strategies and pulls together financial and human resources to address them, and measures the results.
United Way Worldwide is the national organization dedicated to leading the United Way movement while local United Ways, like United Way of Moore County, tackle issues based on local needs, common focus areas include helping children and youth succeed, improving access to health care, promoting self-sufficiency, and strengthening families.
To learn more about United Way Worldwide, please visit liveunited.org.
Fairness, Equity and Opportunity Statement:
The United Way of Moore County is committed to practicing and promoting fair treatment and equitable opportunities for all people. Furthermore, we oppose all forms of oppression that discriminate against any group of people. We acknowledge that there are historical and structural barriers in our community to equitable outcomes for marginalized people. Accordingly, we engage with our strategic partners in Moore County to ensure that individuals and families have access to educational support, health services, and financial stability programs necessary to achieve the independence and self-sufficiency essential to becoming productive, competitive members of our community.
We are committed to creating a board that reflects the community we serve. We seek to ensure that our staff and board are aware of the factors that marginalize people and groups of people in Moore County. Likewise, we shall, through our grant making process, ensure that our strategic partners have adopted anti-discriminatory practices that promote fair, just, and equitable outcomes for the populations they serve.