The United Way of Wilkes County is working to advance the common good by focusing on identified
community areas of need as determined by our citizens. These areas are Crisis Intervention, Educational Advancement and Health Improvement. Our Goal is to create long-lasting changes that prevent problems from
happening in the firstplace. We continue to envision a partnership with service agencies who share
the dream of solving problems and enhancing the lives of all citizens of our county. We invite
you to be part of the change. Together, united, we can inspire hope and create opportunities for
a better tomorrow.
That's what it means to
Dane Mastin 2013-2014 President
Dane Mastin, former Wilkes County Sheriff, has been selected as the 2013-2014 United Way Board of Directors President. Having served for over 30 years with the Wilkes County Sheriff's Department he has a great feel for the needs of this community. His leadership and zeal will propel us forward as we continue to strive to meet the needs of our Wilkes County citizens. According to United Way executive director Rick Stegall, "Dane lead a great campaign last year. I am sure that his dedication and drive will serve our organization well this year."
Or you may call Clara Hickman, Director of
Finance, at 651-7803, and she will be happy to
assist you or answer any questions you might
You may make a contribution in honor of
someone you love or in memory of a loved one
who has passed away. Honorarium or
memorial acknowledgements will be sent to the
family member(s) of your request.
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The United Way Campaign is the easiest and most powerful way to invest in your community. You can direct your contribution to Community Impact or you can make your investment to one of the impact areas. As always you can designate a portion of your gift to one of our thirty-one partner agencies.
You can make change happen. Get informed. Tell your friends. Write letters. Stay involved in your community. United Way needs people who are passionate.
United Way works with volunteers and local non-profits to develop the best opportunities for youth, busy working adults and seniors.