Sponsorship –

  • Allows you to be an integral part of the media as we work to spread the word across the county on what these 12 nonprofits do to impact lives.
  • Supplies funding to support the Love United Iredell campaign through a targeted approach, which you select!
  • The earlier you sign up to sponsor, the more advertising potential you have!
  • Click here to see the specific levels available to you!

Adopting A Nonprofit –

  • Allows your business to learn more about one specific nonprofit and work towards a singular goal.
  • Encourages your employees to work together to achieve a goal, building rapport with your employees as well! A little friendly department competition never hurt anyone!
  • ** Please note: Some agencies have already been selected by other adopters, so please contact United Way of Iredell County Staff to verify who is available at this time.  Reach out to us via email at SLewis@UWIredell.org.

Who is a part of this effort in 2021?

Boys and Girls Club of Piedmont
Repair and upkeep of playground for the physical and mental stability of the kids utilizing it.

FeedNC
Raising funds for food purchases for home delivery clients.

Food4Days
Funding towards food to purchase for student weekend backpacks

G4G Ministries
Feed approximately 700 individuals through two free public feeding events

Iredell County Friends of the Library
Support the “Take and Make” bags for summer STEM educational kits for children

Mooresville Christian Mission
Funding purchases food to provide to hungry families.

Pharos Parenting
Fundraise for and present Trauma and Temperaments Training in afterschool settings

Purple Heart Homes
Assist a veteran in gaining the accessibility to their home through a wheelchair ramp.

Rainbow Kidz
Raising Funds towards Camp Rainbow, assisting children through their grief of a loved one

Soul to Sole Connection
Support one veteran’s mental health through 8 weeks of care in a equestrian based therapy program.

Speak Life Live
Internet access and food funding to support kids in the area

YIPE
Teach teens communication skills for future employment opportunities