Harmony Elementary School Kids pose with Rainbow Kidz Director Leigh Ann Darty to show off their Kindness Matters projects. 

Special to Iredell Free News

United Way of Iredell County announced that $27,200.36 raised through the 2022 Love United Iredell will help 12 participating nonprofits serve our community during the next six months.

Funds raised during the two-week campaign have been distributed and countless long-term partnerships have been created or reinforced for each nonprofit. An estimated 2,700 lives will be impacted by the projects selected, according to the United Way.

Approximately 120 individuals donated money to fund one of the 12 projects. A total of 51 schools, businesses, clubs and nonprofits were also involved in this year’s campaign.


A very special thank you goes out to all of our sponsors this year for allowing United Way of Iredell County to spread the missions of these nonprofits. Sponsors were 92.9 & 550 WAME Real Country, Banner Drug and Greenbriar Grill, Carolina Tan, Connect Iredell, Doosan Bobcat, GG’s Arts and Frame, Iredell County Economic Development Corp., Iredell Free News, Iredell-Statesville Schools, Kindness Closet, Mooresville Tribune, Randy Marion Chevrolet, Lincoln and Ford, Statesville Distribution Services, Statesville Record and Landmark, Top of the Lake Rotary Club, Walmart Facility #1662, Z102.5FM Classic Rock.

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