WHAT OUR COMMUNITY NEEDS...

All of us want to make Beaufort County a thriving community, where we can raise our kids in a healthy environment, get good jobs, and lead good lives. This is OUR town; it’s up to us to make it the best it can be.

Together we are working to tackle
the hard issues and build
long-term solutions.

To continue this work, what we need

IS YOU

Your investment and caring power fuels change. We are part of something great. Because great things happen when we LIVE UNITED.


Learn United
Read, Learn, And Succeed.

Reading Tutors needed for middle school program

Help our middle school students be more successful by improving their reading skills as they prepare for high school and life.

You can help by volunteering for one hour a week. Training will be provided by Beaufort County Schools. Change happens with you!

For more information, please contact Sally Love at 252-975-6209. Sponsored by the Beaufort County United Way, Bright Futures, and Beaufort County Schools.

Click here to download our Volunteer Application

The Statisticks Lottery
How many Jamies are in our community? How much does that cost us all? How can you make a difference? Watch here.



The FamilyWize Community Service Partnership is working with United Way to help more than 5 million people get medicine they otherwise wouldn't have been able to afford.

Because of our partnership, people in more than 1,000 communities now have (for free) prescription drug savings cards that are cutting their health care costs. Families are saving an average of $20 per prescription, but savings can be as high as 75% on any FDA-approved medicine at most pharmacies. That translates into real impact:

  • $919 million saved on the cost of medications
  • 8.7 million people helped
  • 46.5 million prescriptions filled


Beaufort County United Way Inc

Congratulation to Muriel Moore who won the cycle

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Eating Local in Beaufort County

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Questions For Candidates: A Voter's Guide to Farm and Food Policy in the Carolinas provides guidance for individuals to interact with candidates for elected office about sustainable farming and community food systems.

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Our Donor Reception, held at the NC Estuarium, was a great gathering of Community Partners, Board members, and members of the Ashley B. Futrell Society.

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Was held two weekends in August and was a success. Thank you for our sponsors.

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Beaufort County United Way
PO Box 1963
Washington, NC 27889
Tel: 252-975-6209
Fax: 252-946-8700