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United Way of Coastal Carolina

NC 2-1-1 to Provide COVID-19 Resources and Information

New Bern, NC – Governor Roy Cooper has announced that 2-1-1 is the number to call for assistance and resources related to the COVID-19 coronavirus. NC 2-1-1 is an information and referral service, operated by United Way of North Carolina, where families and individuals can obtain free and confidential information on health and …

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NC 2-1-1

United Way of Coastal Carolina Recognizes National 2-1-1 Day

New Bern, NC – Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, people in need can dial, text or message 2-1-1 to access free and confidential crisis and emergency counseling, disaster assistance, food, health care and insurance assistance, stable housing and utilities payment assistance, employment services, veteran services and childcare and family services …

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Julius Peppers Donation

Julius Peppers Donates to Hurricane Florence Relief

The United Way of Coastal Carolina received a big gift from Carolina Panthers veteran defensive lineman Julius Peppers for hurricane relief in the most devastated part of his home state. The Julius Peppers Hurricane Relief Fund gifted $100,000 to North Carolina communities affected by Hurricane Florence. Walmart gift cards in $50 increments were …

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Books for Littles

United Way of Coastal Carolina Books for Littles Drive Kicks Off

Who doesn’t love a good book?  United Way of Coastal Carolina’s “Books for Littles” Drive will be collecting new and gently-used books for tots through teens from February 14 to March 2. The books will be donated to United Way funded agencies for children and families in the non-profit’s service area that includes …

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MajGen Tom Braaten, USMC, Ret

United Way of Coastal Carolina Announces Leadership Giving Campaign

United Way of Coastal Carolina is excited to announce that Major General Tom Braaten, USMC, Ret, will be the 2016-17 United Way Leadership Giving Campaign Chair. General Braaten will challenge the community to join the Leadership Circle and will lead our 60th Anniversary campaign that kicks off on Tuesday, September 27, 2016. Thank …

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United Way of Coastal Carolina Funds 18 local Health and Human Service Programs

United Way of Coastal Carolina announces funding to 18 local health and human service programs. This community investment was made possible by the generosity of individuals who designated their donation to United Way’s Community Fund during the 2015 campaign. United Way of Coastal Carolina will fund a total of 18 programs across 15 …

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United Way Day of Caring

United Way of Coastal Carolina Campaign Kickoff and Day of Caring

United Way of Coastal Carolina Campaign Kickoff and Day of Caring will be held on Tuesday, September 22, 2015. The day will start at 7:30am with UWCC hosting the New Bern Area Chamber of Commerce Business Before Hours with special guest Governor Bev Perdue and Trent Woods Mayor Chuck Tyson. The public is …

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Live United New Bern

United Way of Coastal Carolina is excited to announce the 2015 Live United

Leadership Circle Co-Chaired by Governor Bev Perdue and Mayor Chuck Tyson! You read that correctly, Bev and Chuck want you to partner with the United Way because they know the importance of a vibrant community, where education, income and health are the critical factor for success. They both have worked hard in their …

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