In FY 2019-20, United Way of Forsyth County is funding 66 different local programs through our Community Wide Investment Process and Place Matters initiative. Listed below are agencies receiving funding through these two investment processes.

Alexander Youth Network
American Red Cross
Amos Cottage
Bethesda Center
Bowman Gray Child Guidance
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Cancer Services
CARes Project
Catholic Charities
Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance
Centers for Exceptional Children
Children’s Law Center
Community Care Center
Crisis Control Ministry
Crosby Scholars
Enrichment Center
Experiment in Self-Reliance
Family Services – Forsyth County
Fellowship Home
Financial Pathways of the Piedmont
Forsyth County Library
Forsyth Tech
Girl Scouts
Grace Presbyterian Church
Imprints Cares
Insight Human Services
LEAD Girls
Legal Aid
Mediation Services
Mental Health Association
New Communion
Parenting Path
Springwell Network
The Salvation Army
Triad Restorative Justice
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
Winston-Salem State University
YMCA of Northwest North Carolina

A number of other partner agencies also receive funds through United Way of Forsyth County, including Trellis (formerly Hospice & Palliative Care Center), Second Harvest Food Bank, Winston-Salem Urban League, and Boy Scouts – Old Hickory Council. Additionally, last year over 390 agencies and nonprofit organizations from our local area and across the country received designated donations directly through United Way of Forsyth County’s Annual Campaign.

United Way of Forsyth County also funds and supports other key initiatives in our community including NC211, Housing Matters (formerly the Ten-Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness), The Forsyth Promise, The Partnership for Prosperity, and our key partnership with Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods.

Through United Way of Forsyth County’s support and aligning of resources, these programs, the agencies, and their collaborating partners are all working to create a Stable, Educated, Healthy, and Economically Mobile Forsyth County