Together we’re standing up for a stronger community.With your partnership Beaufort County United Way identifies our county’s most pressing issues and brings the community together to build a strong foundation for our future success.

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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

Thank you to our Sponsors

How much does it take to make ends meet in Beaufort County?

Self Sufficiency Standard and Money Needs Test

When: Saturday, August 18, 2018
Time: 9 am- 12 pm
Where: Walmart Parking Lot & Turnage Theatre

For people in need in our community, help is a phone call or web click away through United Way’s NC 2-1-1. It’s a free, confidential, and multilingual information and referral service.

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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Contact Us

Beaufort County United Way
113 East 15th Street
Washington, NC 27889
Tel: 252-975-6209



Donate to the Beaufort County United Way Hurricane Florence Recovery Fund. This fund will be used to support immediate relief efforts for those affected by the storm and possibly long-term recovery needs, if funding allows. No administrative costs* will be assessed and 100% of dollars raised will be invested locally. The Fund will be managed and allocations approved by members of the Beaufort County United Way Board of Directors.

To donate directly to another United Way in North Carolina outside of Beaufort County, please go to UWHelpsNC to specify which United Way you wish to support. Outside of North Carolina, go to unitedway.org. to do the same.

*Admin costs are being covered by First Bank, Inc. Cash or checks made out to BCUW Florence Relief Fund can be taken to:

BCUW Florence Relief Fund
113 East 15th Street
Washington, NC 27889
PO Box 1963,
Washington, NC 27889.

Other contact information:
BC Disaster Assistance Hotline 252-495-6040.
For help, Call 211 or go online to nc211.org.