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211 is a vital service used by millions of Americans every year. Through 211, people can access help and resources to meet virtually any need they have.

It’s powered by real people who are caring, local experts trained to solve complex problems, deescalate crises, and provide support.

211 is a critical partner in United Way’s fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community.

Learn more today at http://211.org/!
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Did you know that Publix is the second largest donor to United Way Worldwide?! That is incredible. And we are so thankful for our local Publix stores and all they do to impact our community. Make sure to thank your local Publix employees next time you visit! #UWLovesPublix ... See MoreSee Less

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A big thanks to Daphne Yarbrough-Jones, Human Resources Generalist at ATMC, for her incredible time, energy and effort in organizing the 2019 ATMC United Way campaign. Together they raised $10,422 to support the United Way community programs benefitting children, families and neighborhoods in the Cape Fear area.

THANK YOU TO ATMC employees for your generous support!

Pictured (left to right): Keith Holden (ATMC CEO), Kemetra Edwards, Mike Sellers, Juel Lathrop, Jeremy Spivey, Syawanda Hill, and Tommy Taylor (UWCFA Interim CEO). Kemetra, Mike, Juel, Jeremy, and Syawanda are all employees who participated in this year's campaign.
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Check out this video update from one of our incredible partner agencies, Diaper Bank of NC - Lower Cape Fear! It was so incredible to have Founder, Michelle Old, onsite to share how the Diaper Bank has impacted the Cape Fear Area. We are blown away by how many young and old alike are benefiting from the services they provide. It is an honor to support and work alongside them. Thank you Michelle, Julie, and the entire Diaper Bank Family! #LiveUnited ... See MoreSee Less

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Susan Penn truly shares the love. Susan has supported the United Way of the Cape Fear Area as a Tocqueville Donor for over 15 years!

“I am truly grateful to be able to give to the United Way and it is comforting to know that the contributions are being used in the most efficient way possible to help those in my community live better lives.”

We are so thankful for the generosity of community partners like Susan Penn. #ShareTheLove
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