The following agencies are UWCFA nonprofit agency partners that serve residents of Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, and Pender Counties.
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I support the local United Way of the Cape Fear Area as a way to invest back into my own community and I encourage others at ILM to do the same. The United Way and the network of local nonprofit agencies have a proven .
Julie Wilsey ( AAE, Airport Director, ILM )
As a member of the Board of Directors for the United Way of the Cape Fear Area, I get to see and witness first-hand how our work, mission and our financial support impacts lives right here in our local area. There are so many .
Jay Dixon ( PPD, UWCFA Board of Directors )
United Way has helped build NourishNC into a sustainable, transparent and effective nonprofit. By connecting NourishNC with funding, volunteers and guidance, United Way has been instrumental
in ensuring that NourishNC can provide nutritious food to hungry children right here in our community. #GiveWhereYouLive and know .
Steve McCrossan ( MALS, MPA, NourishNC Executive Director )
A new study conducted by the United Way found more than 40 percent of people, living in U.S. households can’t afford things like rent, child care and food, but are above the poverty line. Are times tough for you?
It probably has something to do with the opioid problem we are having. I have several patients on MAT and I'd say 90% of them are also on Medicaid which I think is absurd because IMO if you're on drugs you shouldn't get Medicaid. There should be a drug test required to keep your benefits. It's not fair thst people can not work and spend what money they do have on drugs instead of necessities like rent or food.
We met this morning with local nonprofit leaders and District Attorney Ben David to talk about the upcoming Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 50 year commemoration. Check out the link in below for more info on the April 4th event! #mlk50ilm https://t.co/zXL5h1aBSX