OUR WORK

United Way of Caldwell County Programs

Backpack Program

Our Weekend Backpack Program is facilitated at the United Way of Caldwell County office and serves several schools in our county. The program is designed to help children who may not have enough food on the weekend and holidays. For more information or if you would like to help, please call 828.758.9300. 

NC211 

North Carolina's information and referral hotline available to North Carolina residents 365/24/7. 

 

FamilyWize 

United Way of Caldwell County and FamilyWize understand you are looking to reduce the cost of your prescription medications, and our goal is to help you do that. Our pharmacy discount card is for everyone nationwide, whether or not you have health insurance coverage. Please call 828.758.9300 for more information or click on the link. 

 

2019 -2020  Community Partners  

American Red Cross - Catawba Valley Chapter

(828) 322-4151

Blue Blanket Christian Project / The Closet

(828)999-2444

 

Caldwell Committee for Healthy Families

(828) 729-2648

 

Caldwell Council on Adolescent Health

(828) 757-9020

 

Caldwell County 4-H Development Association

(828) 757-1290

 

Caldwell County Yokefellow/L.E.O.S.

(828) 754-7088

 

Caldwell Friends

(828) 758-4683

 

Caldwell People

(828) 757-3334

Communities in Schools of Caldwell County

(828) 929-2247

 

DSS (Emergency Assistance Program)

(828) 426-8200

Dulatown Outreach Center (Primetime Youth Focus)

(828) 758-2482

 

Lenoir Soup Kitchen

(828) 758-1411

 

Piedmont Council - Boy Scouts of America

(828) 851-1302

 

Shelter Home of Caldwell County

(828) 758-0888

 

South Caldwell Christian Ministries

(828) 396-4000

 

 

 

 

LET'S STAY CONNECTED!

T: 828.758.9300

E: liveunited@caldwellunitedway.org

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To enhance our community, United Way of Caldwell County advocates for all citizens to strive for a healthy lifestyle in our community.

The health of our citizens is a direct effect on the health of our community.   

To change the future of our community, we need to start with our youngest by setting them up for success from kindergarten to graduation and beyond.

To give our community a reliable foundation, we empower our neighbors to overcome financial hardship and increase the number of citizens that live a productive and healthy lifestyle. 

Our top priority is ensuring your contributions are invested in the best possible way to have the greatest local impact.  Programs funded by United Way dollars are required to show measurable results of their success stories in our community.