We are very excited to welcome our new Office Manager, Tayler Hyatt, to the team, and plan to say goodbye to Manager of Operations of 9 years, Charles Conley, who will retire June 30, 2021.
Important note: NC 211 will no longer serve as the HOPE call center for the next phase of the HOPE program.
Those interested in applying for HOPE should do the following:
Celebrate International Women's Day with these mentorship ideas.
Challenges faced together are often easier to manage. That’s true no matter your age or stage in life. Having someone who is by your side to help you face challenges is the power of mentorships! So for this International Women’s Day, we are celebrating the power of mentoring – in all its forms – women and girls in order to challenge current systems and eliminate inequity and gender bias.
Burke County United Way has heard from some community members who are confused about United Way’s role with the North Carolina HOPE Program and we want to offer clarification. Please read below to understand who to contact with questions and how United Way is involved.
Updated at Noon, January 19, 2021
The vaccine registration process has changed to allow more convenient access and scheduled appointment times to get the COVD-19 vaccination. We have changed the phone system so that we will be able to handle the volume of calls.
If you are 65 years or older and wish to get the vaccine, please call the Community Vaccine Call Center to schedule an appointment at 828-358-4454. The call center will be open Monday through Wednesday 8am to 4:30pm to assist you with scheduling.
A Seasonal Pop-up Retail Store provides the opportunity for a win-win for the shopper and for Burke County United Way.
The North Carolina State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC) is by and for North Carolina’s employees. It provides a convenient, efficient, and trusted way to give to causes important to our local communities, state, and world. You can make a difference. Find your cause and search charities at www.ncsecc.org.
The Marine Corps League Table Rock Detachment # 1197 and the Burke County United Way (BCUW) have partnered to collect and distribute toys during the holidays for more than a decade. Last year, Toys for Tots served 1,212 children in Burke County. That number has continued to grow each year.