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United Way believes that every person is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect – this includes equal treatment and access to justice.


Our mission is to fight for the education, health, and financial stability of every person in every community.


Everyone deserves the opportunity to be healthy, to learn, and to live a quality life.  Our society has an obligation to work together to remove the barriers that divide and oppress.


United Way funded programs help children learn and families thrive, build self-sufficiency and independence, create stronger and safer neighborhoods, and improve the health of our communities. 

We develop resources and partnerships that make a measurable difference in people's lives. 

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Change a life, Change your own.
Help build a stronger community.

10 meals to senior adults and qualifying individuals with disabilities through Randolph Senior Adults Association, Inc.


A week for one year ($52) will provide:

A homeless individual housing and supportive services in the homesless shelter for 15 days through Open Door Ministries of High Point.


A week for one year ($260) will provide:

Four children the opportunity to attend a week of Summer Camp through the Hartley Drive Family YMCA.


A week for one year ($520) will provide:

A week for one year ($1,040) will provide:


One month's utility assistance for four families to prevent their utilities from being cut off through Open Door Ministries.

What We're Up Against

1 out
of 4




households live on less than $25,000, which is 1/4th of the cost of living for a two-parent, two-child family in Guilford County.

of adults in High Point only have a high school education or less.

of infant deaths in High Point were of Black or African American decent

is the average single-family rent in High Point, NC. High Point also recorded a 10.6% rent increase in the last year.

We are 90% of the way towards hitting our 2022-2023 Campaign goal of $4,050,000. There is still time to join us in our fight to build a stronger community!

What's going on?

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Registrations has opened for our April financial literacy classes. They will be held at the High Point Public Library.

Email or call today at 336-373-8882 to enroll.

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Our March financial literacy classes have begun but there is still time to register! There is no fee to attend.

Email or call today at 336-373-8882 to enroll.

Thank you  to all of our community members who share the passions and visions of our United Way!


United Way of Greater High Point believes in investing in our community and building relationships. We believe in the support of our 27 partner agencies as well as collaborating with numerous other local organizations to help build a stronger community.

Because of you, we are community! Your commitment to partner with United Way of Greater High Point – to give, advocate and volunteer – lights the way for a brighter tomorrow and helps so many of our neighbors in need. Thank you for your dedication to Live United!


Together, we will Respond, Recover, Reimagine, and Rebuild.

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