Community Partners

Helping to build a healthier community is not only a United Way of Coastal Carolina tradition - it's the mission of United Way.

Since 1957, United Way of Coastal Carolina has held a reputation as a local fundraiser.  But United Way doesn't only raise money - today's United Way is a focused, results driven system that works year-round to change local conditions and create lasting solutions.  United Way is impacting our community today and building the foundation for tomorrow.  Through strong partnerships with volunteers, local business, government and non-profit organizations, United Way accomplishes what no one can do alone. 


Our focus is to help children and young adults achieve their potential.

United Way of Coastal Carolina is:

  • Improving access to quality, affordable child care and early learning opportunities

  • Partnering with schools and parents to improve graduation rates

  • Providing after school and mentoring programs for at-risk youth

We fund programs including tutoring, early learning & development, youth development, counseling and truancy intervention.



Our focus is to increase the number of families and individuals who are financially stable, have good jobs, less debt and good money management skills.

United Way of Coastal Carolina is

  • Supporting basic needs while increasing financial education

  • Helping hardworking people obtain job training and family-sustaining wages

  • Reducing domestic violence and child abuse

We invest in job training, financial debit management, literacy, disaster services, domestic violence services and shelter.



Our focus is to improve and maintain the health of those in our community.

United Way of Coastal Carolina is

  • Supporting seniors with prescription assistance

  • Assisting members of our community who are without health insurance receive medical care

  • Providing support and services that help chemically dependent adults recover

We invest in programs that provide medical and prescription assistance, counseling, therapeutic intervention, family support to those members of our community in the greatest need.