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Love United Iredell 2024 Application Portal Open for Local Projects to Apply

The United Way of Iredell County has opened the application process for county-wide nonprofits for next year’s cycle of Love United Iredell taking place February 1-29, 2024. Love United Iredell is a project-based fundraising program that unites our community around local causes and nonprofit organizations during the month of February. This initiative is a fantastic

Community Health Event Brings Immediate Impact to Iredell County Residents

Iredell County, NC - On Friday, October 13th, 2023, NC MedAssist brought a Mobile Free Pharmacy Event to Iredell County where a total of 955 people received over-the-counter (OTC) medications either through in person or homebound delivery. The free community health event was open to any individual in need of over-the-counter medicines such as allergy,

The Longest Table is being set in Mooresville to celebrate community and One Good Thing

The Longest Table Is being set in Mooresville, North Carolina, to celebrate community and One Good Thing! This community-building event will welcome over 1,000 community members to sit down together for a free meal with people they may be neighbors with but still not know.  October 1, 2023, will mark the first time the event

Addressing Food Insecurity: United Way and Iredell County Health Department launch IredellFood.org to Ensure Access to Local Food Resources

Iredell County, NC – Faced with an ongoing challenge that affects close to 20,000 Iredell County residents, the Iredell County Health Department and United Way of Iredell County are joining hands to combat food insecurity to ensure everyone has access to food and knows where to find local resources. The website IredellFood.org has been created

United Way Endowment Grants Announced

Iredell County, NC – The United Way of Iredell County is excited to announce the recipients of the 2022 Endowment for the Future Grants. We had 21 grant requests to our Endowment from wonderful organizations engaged in strong community work.   This year $158,366 was available for recipients. Dawne Clark, Endowment Committee Chair, states that: “The

Where is the Meat? Iredell County Food Pantries low on donations and supply

Iredell County, NC – Food pantries and emergency food assistance organizations across the county and region are seeing meat shortages on their shelves as supply chain challenges continue to impact the quantities and variety of food available. “Inflation, including core expenses of housing, fuel and food that affect low-resourced families disproportionately, are impacting the number


Across our region, local nonprofit agencies are experiencing the impact of COVID-19 and straining to address increased needs as the economy tightens, stay-at-home mandates and school cancellations cause disruptions and those without insurance face challenges getting the care they need. In partnership with United Way of Central Carolinas, United Way of Iredell County and the

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