Ways to Give
Many companies participate in annual United Way campaigns. A United Way campaign gives organizations and their employees the opportunity to learn about our community’s critical health and human service issues, and then work together to support solutions to those in need. Giving through payroll deduction allows you to spread your gift over the whole year.
Our 2016-2017 goal is $660,000 and each community investment brings us closer to reaching that goal. Every gift, regardless of size, helps someone.
Contributions can also be made directly to United Way through an individual gift. For more information, contact us.
Gifts to Benefit United Way Today
- Payroll Deduction at Your Workplace
- Cash or Check
- Long-term Appreciated Securities
- Real Estate
Gifts to Benefit United Way Tomorrow
- Gifts by Will or Living Trust
- Life Insurance
- Payable on Death Accounts
Gifts to Benefit YOU Now and United Way Tomorrow
- Charitable Gift Annuity
- Charitable Remainder Trust
- Pooled Income Fund
- Deed Real Property to United Way
- Creating a Lasting Legacy
Create a Lasting Legacy
- Gifts to United Way’s Endowment
- Opportunities to be Recognized for Your Generous Contribution
While You Shop
- AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of qualifying purchases when you select United Way of Chatham County as your chosen non-profit.
To find out about conducting a United Way campaign in your company or organization, how to contribute directly, or for more information contact us.
Thank you for your gift of time and money to this community!
How Your Dollars Have Helped
Did you know United Way member agencies serve 1 in every 3 Chatham County residents?
Your donation serves people right here in Chatham County. When you support United Way of Chatham County, you support a network of local human service agencies and organizations working year round to take care of our citizens. Last year, United Way of Chatham County touched one out of every three Chatham County citizens through programs or services supported with your gift, such as hot meals for the elderly, special education programs for our children, and much, much more…
- A week of meals for a senior citizen
- A bag of groceries for a family in crisis
- Three days of after-school care with tutoring
- A week of camp for an at-risk youth
- A half-day of in-home care for a frail or critically ill individual
- Support groups and educational materials for families with multiple needs
- One full week of day care
- One night of housing and meals for a family at the shelter
- Two weeks of daily transportation service for special needs individuals