VIDEO LINKDonna and Terry Barker talk about the importance of being clients of Senior Nutrition Services Meals on Wheels 

program, a Catawba County United Way funded partner.


VIDEO LINK: Local volunteers talk about the value of helping others during the 2018 Catawba Co. United Way Volunteer 

Center's Giving from the Heart Volunteer Awards.


VIDEO LINK: Exodus Homes celebrated the opening of its newest site on Sept. 29. The 12,000 square foot 

facility on 4th Street SW in Hickory will house the offices for Exodus Homes, Exodus Works and the agency's Thrift Store 

along with room for other purposes related to the their mission.


VIDEO LINK: Catie Brown shares her story of recovery as an Exodus Homes client. Video courtesy of Catawba 

Valley Community College.

VIDEO LINK: FedEx stepped up to help paint and do landscaping along with donating $2,000 towards helping Family 

Guidance Center's shelter, during this year's United Way Days of Caring on Sept. 21.


VIDEO LINK: Family Guidance Center’s Ann Peele along with client Laura Clark visited Shurtape employees to talk 

about how local United Way funded partners impact their community. They're pictured with Shurtape's Tim Martin. 

VIDEO LINK: Catawba County United Way Campaign Chair Keith Mackie talks about making a 

difference in your community...Live United.


VIDEO LINK: Cynthia Lingerfelt (left) shares her story of how ECCCM, 

a CCUW funded partner, helped her find work and a new home.


VIDEO LINK: The Salvation Army's Shelter of Hope Director Casey McCall shares a story with visiting 

employees from Corning about how a late, night phone call from the police reminded him why he works to help others.



VIDEO LINK: Stuff the Bus success...Volunteer Cheryl Abee talks about the importance of Catawba County United Way

hosting a school supplies drive every year.


VIDEO LINK: Ann Peele, executive director of Family Guidance Center, talks about helping 

nearly 200 families avoid a home foreclosure during a Catawba County United Way meeting.