United Way of Greater Union County envisions a community where all children and families achieve their potential through education, income stability and health and family strengthening:
Where all children receive a quality education that offers a pathway to a brighter tomorrow
Where the cycle of poverty and financial dependence ends and more productive lives begin
Where all children and families have access to affordable health services and healthy activities that improve their quality of life
Where all families basic needs of food, shelter, health and safety needs are met
Our mission is to improve lives and build strong communities by uniting individuals and organizations with the will, passion, expertise, and resources needed to solve problems.
Our commitment is to change the odds so that all children and their families, regardless of their circumstances, have the same chance to succeed in school and in life.
Together, we change lives, impact communities and promote healthy living.
Diversity Policy Statement:
United Way of Greater Union County as stated in our Values and Beliefs, recognizes that our diversity strengthens us and thus pursues participation from all segments of our community. To that end, United Way of Greater Union County, seeks to ensure that its policies and practices which guide and direct its employment practices as well as recruitment of volunteers does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, age, marital status, familial status, national origin, ancestry, sex, mental retardation, mental disability, including but not limited to, blindness or deafness, or any other protected class not identified herein. United Way of Greater Union County is fully committed to assuring equal opportunity and equal consideration to all qualified applicants and employees in personnel matters including recruitment, hiring, training, promotions, salaries, and other compensation, as well to volunteers in recruitment and placement opportunities.