Demand rising at United Family Services
The agency, which last year served over 50,000 people, has a new CEO and is working to complete a capital campaign to raise $10 million for a new facility to replace the group’s Shelter for Battered Women.
Campus taking shape for women in crisis
The Charlotte Rescue Mission and United Family Services are working together to develop an 11-acre campus that will house separate facilities for each group.
Agencies partner in building facilities
Charlotte Rescue Mission and United Family Services are looking for ways to lower costs by teaming up to address common needs in developing separate residential facilities on the same site.
United Family Services turning 100
With more people living in Charlotte and domestic violence on the rise, the agency has launched the quiet phase of a campaign to raise $10 million for a new 80-bed shelter.
Emergency-relief fund launched
The fund, started with a $1 million gift from the Leon Levine Foundation, has awarded $400,000 to date to help needy Charlotte-area residents.