Weekend food program for kids grows
The number of elementary school kids at risk of hunger who will get weekend backpacks filled with nutritious food will grow to 350 from 250, thanks to a grant from the American Express Foundation and donors to United Way of Greater High Point.
High Point United Way drive sets record
United Way of Greater High Point raised $4,626,000 in its 2011 campaign, an all-time high that exceeded its $4.45 million goal and the $4.4 million it raised in 2010.
Training on tap for nonprofit boards
Nonprofit boards are the focus of leadership-development programs offered by the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium and United Way of Greater High Point.
High Point United Way sets $4.5 million goal
With its partner agencies facing higher demand for services in the troubled economy, United Way aims to raise $100,000 more than it did last year.
Triad United Ways honored
United Way of Greater High Point and United Way of Forsyth County were the only two local United Ways in North Carolina honored by United Way Worldwide for excellence in securing individual gifts of $10,000 of more in their 2010 annual campaigns.
Allocations grow at High Point United Way
With funds generated from its annual campaign last fall, United Way of Greater High Point plans to award of $3.3 million to nonprofits in the fiscal year that begins July 1, up 3.5 percent from last year.
High Point United Way exceeds goal
United Way of Greater High Point raised just over $4.4 million in its 2010 fundraising campaign, up 4 percent from the total raised last year and exceeding its goal by over $150,000.
Guilford United Way drives at mid-point
Just over two months into their annual campaigns, United Way of Greater Greensboro has met half its goal and United Way of Greater High Point has met nearly two-thirds of its goal.
High Point United Way turning 75
As it kicks off its annual campaign in the face of rising demand for services and financial stress at its 29 partners agencies, United Way will be focusing on the impact that contributors’ dollars have on providing health and human services in the region.
High Point United Way expects more cuts
The annual fund drive could fall $300,000 short of its $4.5 million, prompting cuts of seven percent to 10 percent for its 29 partner agencies, which took a five percent cut this year.