Our Supporters

Special Recognition for Nutrien

We are especially thankful to Nutrien and their employees for their continuous support. An exceptional 89% of Nutrien employees donated and the corporation matched them dollar for dollar, making their total donation more than $174,000. Supervised by Ray McKeithan and the staff, department heads received training and met with local United Way agencies at luncheons to gather information on current programs.

In the last 10 years, through Beaufort County United Way, Nutrien Corporation and employees have donated more than $2 million dollars to our county, making a major impact. We and our partner agencies are deeply grateful.

Workplace Campaigns

Local workplace campaigns were held in Beaufort County Community College, BCDC, Beaufort County government, Beaufort County Schools, City of Washington, ITW Medical, Nutrien, and Vidant Beaufort Hospital. Other companies and employees that contributed include BB&T, Carver Machine Works, Domtar, Duke Energy, Nationwide, National Spinning, Piedmont Natural Gas Foundation, SECC, UPS, Walmart, Washington Noon Rotary, Wells Fargo, Frederick & Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Foundation, F.N.B. Corporation, and Wilson, Jones & Griffin PA.

Alexis de Tocqueville Society
$10,000+
Nutrien

Pulitzer
$5,000 - $9,999
ITW Medical

Senator
$2,500 - $4,999
Frederick & Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Foundation Heart of Florida United Way

Chairman
$1,000 - $2,499
Pine Needles Garden Club Anthony Roark
Wells Fargo Foundation Bobby Nixon
William McClung Harvey Case
Howard N. Hoyt Eric Cannon
Marcia B. Griffin Jennifer Schwartz
Alexander Hunt Mark Johnson
Alton Smith Jr Robert Jenner
Duke Energy Corporation United Way of Pitt County
Steven & Janet Neckyfarow Washington Noon Rotary
Robert Shultz Stephen Minor
Shelley Tubaugh

President
$500 - $999

Don & Nancy Phipps

Bobby Roberson

James Madson

Jennifer Leggett Whitehurst

Rickie Brass

SECC

F.N.B. Corporation

Walmart Foundation

Joesph Richard

Ricky Miller

Betty Harris

Kathy Rumbley

Bill & Susie Templeton

Busten Allen

Brian & Carolyn McCreesh

James Fenwick

Kenneth Erickson

Mary Bolder

Allen Boyd

Christopher Diaz

Clyde Fulk Jr.

Elbert Seamster Jr

Pamela Jestness

Terence Simmons

Henton Chesson

Lakevis Keyes

United Way of Greater Triangle

Larry Linton

Eric Wright

Francis Boaten

Franklin Godley

Gene Williamson Jr.

George Piegols

Johnny Walker Jr.

Jonny Jarman Jr.

Jonathan Meyer

Patricia Woolard

Thomas Alligood

Jenny Williams

Todd Jenkins

Raymond Ulmer

Raymond Heath Jr.


Publisher
$300 - $499

James Wood

Lentz Stowe

Naomitress Cobb-Summers

Pamela Tucker-Roberts

Penelope Paul

Christopher Whitehead

First Bank

George Taylor III

Billy Lassiter

Kelly Womble

Laurel Miller

Lisa Gobbs-Lee

Martyn Johnson

Timothy Jestness

William Grant

Theresa Moore

Amy Alligood

Martha Woolard

Melissa Beacham

R. Wayne Rollins

Elizabeth Boxer

George & Barbie Spurlock

Harlan Janes

John Rebholz

Michael Bell

William Brown

Angela Carbonell

Barbara James

Barry Hodowanic

Bradley Cannon

Christopher Pendleton

David Jordan

Eric White

Eric Munday

Garrett Burroughs

Jamie Byers

Jeremy Pierce

John & Beth Robinson

Joesph Bailey

Justin Andrews

Kelle Beatty

Larry Nobles

Matthew Kaushagen

Michael Black

Patrick Johnson

Patrick Wood

Phil Weston Jr.

Randell Sparks Jr.

Robert Harris Jr.

Stephen Leighty

Stephen Wiley

Thomas Speight

Jeffrey Baker

When: Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Time: 5:30 - 8:00 PM


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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