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A note from our 2017 Campaign Chair- Henry Morphis - Morphis Mediation & Law

“Thank you for continuing to support Catawba County United Way. Your support means we can improve lives in our county through a focus on education, financial stability and health programs while also meeting basic needs such as food, shelter, and utilities.  This is your opportunity to open your heart and mind to the needs in our area. Together we can build a strong community today and for our children’s future.” Henry S. Morphis 

Community Impact Newsletter
Thank you Marshall Steam Station
Duke Energy Marshall Steam Station hosted a golf tournament to benefit United Way. Catawba County United Way was presented a check for $15,000. Thank you for your community support.

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The mission of Catawba County United Way is to increase the organized capacity of people to help others by mobilizing the caring power of our community.

The vision of Catawba County United Way is to be the most effective and efficient organization that identifies and prioritizes the greatest unmet human needs in the community, focuses human compassion, and mobilizes resources to meet those needs.

The Catawba County United Way has brought together people and resources to build a safety net to help meet the needs of our friends, neighbors, co-workers and families.

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Dial 2-1-1 or visit for 24/7 access to resources and assistance in Catawba County and across our state.

June 1, 2017 AARP article - NC 2-1-1

Posted on 06/1/2017 by TheAARPBulletin | AARP North Carolina

Laura Marx, president and CEO of United Way of North Carolina, said having NC 2-1-1 was "huge” during Hurricane Matthew. Photo by D.L. Anderson

By Sue Price Johnson

Hours after Hurricane Matthew drenched eastern North Carolina last year, a panicked caller searched for help escaping the floodwaters racing toward his rural home. The local 911 system was overloaded, so he called NC 2-1-1, whose specialists were able to coordinate the rescue through the local emergency management system.

“It was between 1 and 4 in the morning,” said Janay, an information and referral specialist who asked that her last name not be used because of agency policy. The caller told her the water had never been so high. In the background, Janay heard what sounded like a rushing river and an anxious woman calling out that the water was getting higher.


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