“United We Teach” is a campaign that is designed to inform the greater Cape Fear region of 2021 educational summer programing offered by United Way of the Cape Fear Area non-profit partner agencies.
Wilmington, NC. (May 4, 2021): The Coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on interpersonal interactions, as well as educational experiences. From shifting from routine, in-person learning, to an unexpected virtual learning environment, students across the Cape Fear community have needed to conquer unprecedented challenges.
United Way of the Cape Fear Area has committed to a multi-year investment in educational programming initiatives across the greater Cape Fear region that it serves: Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, and Pender counties. This investment is designed to motivate, empower, and encourage students, and families, by providing the resources they need to succeed in their education, no matter where the location.
This newest program focus begins with United Way of the Cape Fear Area’s introductory campaign, “United We Teach”. Throughout the month of May, United Way of the Cape Fear Area’s will be sharing information on social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter) highlighting the safe, fun, and enriching educational opportunities available for all ages across the Cape Fear Region throughout the Summer! “United We Teach” is a public service awareness communication that shares the availability of summer programs and resources that the United Way Agency Partners will be providing for the youth, and adults!
Some of the partner agencies that United Way of the Cape Fear Area include:
- Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina
- Brigade Boys & Girls Club
- Community Boys & Girls Club
- Brunswick County Literacy Council
- Cape Fear Literacy Council
- Child Development Center
- Columbus County DREAMS Center Inc.
- Communities In Schools: Brunswick County
- Communities In Schools: Cape Fear
- DREAMS Center for Arts Education
- Kids Making It
- Smart Start: New Hanover County
- Soaring As Eagles
- Voyage (formerly known as The Blue Ribbon Commission on the Prevention of Youth Violence)
- YWCA of the Lower Cape Fear
For a list of our actively funded partner agencies, please visit www.uwcfa.org/agency-partners.
As the community continues to recover from the challenges of COVID-19, UWCFA’s resilient non-profit partner agencies are committed to the education, support and safety of the children, families, and adults across our Cape Fear region.
For more information, please contact Director of Relationship Development, Kari Parker.