The pandemic has reinforced the importance of taking care of each other and United Way’s mission: to galvanize the caring power of communities. Fueled by the generosity from companies and individuals, United Way of Forsyth County has raised and put back into our community funds so that people stay in their homes, feed their families, keep the lights on, and more. But our work is not over.
More than 225 million jobs have been lost. Educators and parents worry about learning loss, especially for low-income children of color. United Ways are still fielding record requests for help getting food and health care. Rebuilding isn’t a matter of going back to where we were. It’s reimagining how we can be better and building towards that — together.
That’s why United Way of Forsyth County is working to serve our community so that we continue to come back stronger, as more equitable places where everyone can thrive. With your support, we can help every person have an equal opportunity to succeed. Strong communities need a strong United Way. Now more than ever, we need to LIVE UNITED.
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