Join Us For Live United Days!
Grab your friends, family or coworkers and come volunteer at Live United Day! Each Live United Day event brings together neighborhood residents and volunteers to build a better community through a day of service.


Sign up today for a fun day filled with memorable moments, and learn how you can create significant change in your neighborhood!
Upcoming Neighborhood Projects:

Camp Greene
Saturday, July 13
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.


Volunteers will work with residents of Historic Camp Greene for a neighborhood litter pickup, landscaping around neighborhood signs and maintaining their community garden. Registration for Camp Greene will close on Friday, July 12 at 9:00 a.m.

Albemarle/Central Ave.
Saturday, July 20
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Attend a block party for residents in the Four Seasons neighborhood while partner agencies give out information and provide services. Volunteers will have various functions, including an onsite project for creating hygiene kits.
Previous Projects:

Lakeview
Saturday, April 27
Volunteers will work with residents to renew the grounds around the neighborhood's Economic Opportunity Hub, a centerpiece of the community's revitalization efforts.

I-85/Sugar Creek
Saturday, May 11
Pack supply kits for neighborhood nonprofit agencies. Meanwhile, a resource fair will provide information about available programs to assist individuals and families.
Register for YOUR Live United Days!
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There are multiple sponsorship opportunities available for Live United Days.
Learn more about becoming a sponsor!
For more information about the event, contact Bob Young: byoung@uwcentralcarolinas.org or 704-371-6276.
                                           
What is United Neighborhoods?
 
 
United Neighborhoods, launched in 2017, works to change the odds for those living in Charlotte’s most disinvested neighborhoods. By working alongside lead partners in each community, United Way funds and guides the work toward achieving the collective goal of building thriving neighborhoods. Community needs are identified by residents and addressed by a coalition of community stakeholders that includes schools, nonprofits, government officials, churches, hospitals and businesses.
 
In 2024, United Neighborhoods has expanded to over nine communities: Albemarle Rd./Central Ave., Beatties Ford Rd./Rozzelles Ferry Rd., Graham St./N. Tryon St., Grier Heights, Lakeview, Freedom Drive/Wilkinson Blvd., North Mecklenburg (Huntington Green, East Catawba, West Davidson, Pottstown, Smithville), Renaissance West, Sugar Creek Rd./I-85, West Blvd.




                                     
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