african american initiative
The African-American Initiative (AAI) of the United Way of Greater High Point is a group of citizens with a connection to Greater High Point that are working to provide and support opportunities that engage and promote growth and development in Greater High Point’s African-American, other minority, and under-served communities. Membership in AAI is free and open to anyone who supports AAI’s mission.
We support & strengthen African-American, other minority, and under-served citizens by encouraging service, involvement & philanthropy in the Greater High Point community
- To provide opportunities for African American citizens to be engaged with the United Way of Greater High Point and its partner and affiliated agencies
- To identify issues of importance to Greater High Point’s African-American community
- To support activities that promote the mission of AAI
- To continually highlight the importance of community involvement and philanthropy in the African-American community
Project Board Development
Project Board Development: PBD is a leadership development program designed to identify, recruit and train a diverse group of candidates for referral to serve on committees and governing boards of area health and human service organizations. Classes are held in the Spring and Fall.
More Ways To Get Involved?
Join us for any AAI event prior to becoming a member.
Mix & Mingles: These are free networking events that provide a relaxed forum for professionals to learn about what’s happening in the community and how they can get involved.
Attend Monthly Meetings: 3rd Friday of each month @ 9:30 am
Join the E-Mail List
Join a Committee
Support an AAI Event
For more information, contact:
Latoya Bullock, (336) 899-0879,
Joe Barnes, (336) 883-1077,