Special to Iredell Free News
United Way of Iredell County on Wednesday announced the addition of three new agency partners for the fall 2022 Unite Iredell campaign:
♦ Hope of Mooresville (HOMe) provides temporary housing and support services for homeless women and children.
♦ Iredell County 4-H where youth complete projects in areas such as STEM, agriculture, healthy living, citizenship and more. Funding will be targeted to scholarships for camp and leadership projects.
♦ Kintegra Health is a community sponsored, family-centered provider of health care, health education, and preventive care services without regard for ability to pay.
“These new partners will make a great addition to our network,” said Marian Clark, vice president of Community Investment for United Way. “They are achieving amazing results in our community, and we are excited that this partnership might allow them to reach more people and have an even greater impact.”
Along with the additions earlier this year of Habitat for Humanity, the Lowes YMCA and Mooresville Christian Mission, these additions bring the total number of agency partners benefiting from the fall campaign to 25.
“This fall we kick off the very first countywide effort to resource our local non-profits and change the lives of tens of thousands of Iredell County families for the better,” United Way Board President Shannon Viera said. “It is wonderful to see our partnerships expanding and to watch the impact these great nonprofits have in every corner of Iredell County.”
The Unite Iredell Campaign officially launches on September 15.
Agency partners receiving funds from the upcoming Unite Iredell Campaign include: