At an award ceremony at UofSC's Pastides Alumni Center, Pamela Lackey was honored as 2019 Humanitarian of the Year.
Childhood trauma impairs development and its harmful effects can last a lifetime. The early experience of trauma is more common than is widely known and has a tremendous cost to our community. More than two-thirds of adults in Richland County have...
Why Blueprint for Leadership? In order to continue our growth in the professional world, many of us look for opportunities to network and engage with other professionals outside of our normal circle. Some of us join clubs while others decide to...
As of September 2019, the children’s dental clinic, now a part of WellPartners, is celebrating 60 years of providing free dental care for children. At the core of this program are dedicated volunteers like Dr. Lynn Campbell. Dr. Campbell has been a...
It’s interesting to see how much a person’s perspective of an organization can change when they step out of the boardroom and into the field of nonprofit work. When Paul Fant started interacting with United Way through hands-on activities instead of...
Once mid-summer rolls around, some parents find their out-of-school students pacing the house always wanting - and needing - something to do. Just like a vacation, volunteering is a great way for families to get out and give back.
United Way of the Midlands has earned a rare four-star rating from Charity Navigator, an organization that ranks how effectively nonprofits use their donations and their level of commitment to good governance and transparency.
United Way of the Midlands is proud to honor Edward W. Mullins, Jr. as the 2018 Humanitarian of the Year.
At United Way, we do more than raise funds. We lift up communities, together. One person at a time. What do you fight for?
United Way is proud to honor J. Mac Bennett as the 2017 Humanitarian of the Year.
WellPartners Dental and Eye Clinics serve uninsured and under-insured children and adults in Richland and Lexington counties free of charge. WellPartners was created by United Way of the Midlands with support from local health organizations.
A quick snapshot of our impact when we LIVE UNITED! Together we are changing lives!
Congratulations to our 2016 Humanitarians of the Year, Stewart and Steven Mungo of Mungo Homes. Stewart and Steven are such deserving, yet humble, recipients and we think our 2016 HOY Film, by Cinema Couture Films, perfectly portrays that.
United Way of the Midlands is proud to honor the 2015 Humanitarian of the Year, Paul V. Fant, Sr., President of Fant Consulting LLC.
Before, during and after the severe flooding that devastated the Midlands in 2015, United Way was there to respond to the most critical human-service needs of our community.
Brian Larue from KraftHeinz Company talks about campaign success.