Thursday, October 28, 2021
UNITED WAY: Connections Improve Lives

UNITED WAY: Connections Improve Lives

Connected we can build girls of courage, confidence and character! United Way of Wayne County is proud to support a Community Troop with Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines.  (Left to right: Rachel Rhodes, Community Investment & Engagement Director UWWC; Sherry Archibald UWWC Executive Director; and Jasmine Rowe’ Membership Director Girl Scouts NC Coastal Pines)

 

Connected we can make sure seniors and individuals with medical needs in our community have access to nutritious meals. United Way of Wayne County is happy to report that we will be continuing our partnership with Meals on Wheels at WAGES, Inc. (Left to right: Sherry Archibald, UWWC Executive Director; Sue Carter, Home Assessment Coordinator Meals on Wheels; Andrea Bone, Meals on Wheels Manager; Kristin Alexander, Director of Senior Nutrition Program for WAGES)

 

Connected we can support survivors of domestic violence. In partnership with Wayne Uplift Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program, United Way of Wayne County helps provide a 24/7 crisis hotline, domestic violence shelter as well as support groups, case management and programming. (Left to right: Shari Wooten, Program Director at Wayne Uplift DV and Sexual Assault Program; Linda Holden-Cox, Executive Director at Wayne Uplift; Sherry Archibald, UWWC Executive Director; Rachel Rhodes, Community Investment & Engagement Director UWWC)

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