Consider a gift to the United Way of Davie County 
To give via text:  Text DAVIE to 41444


 2016 United Way Partner Agencies 


Big Brothers/Big Sisters, 336-751-9906
Provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1 to 1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Boy Scouts of America/Old North State Council800-367-9166/336-378-9166 
Instills values in boys who are in 1st – 12th grade and prepares them to make ethical lifetime choices through character building skills, self-reliance, patriotism and respect for others. 
Buckle-Up Davie, 336-753-6167 
Provides free car seats to low-income families and car seat safety checks and education to all families who request it.
Cancer Services, Inc.336-760-9983 
Assists with prescription cancer medications, equipment loans, wigs, ostomy supplies, nutritional supplies, mastectomy prostheses, and patient support groups.  Community education provided for cancer prevention & survivor topics.  
Davie County 4-H , 336-753-6100 
4-H offers young people, ages 6-19, hands-on, learning by doing experiences such as summer programs & camps, clubs, school enrichment, and after school enhancement.
Davie County Group Home, 336-751-5014 
Provides residential services to adults with developmental disabilities and opportunities to acquire social, independent living and self-reliance skills.   
Davie Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Ctr., 336-751-3450 
24 Hour Crisis Line:  336-751-HELP

Victims find Crisis Counseling, Educational Programs, Volunteer Services, Emergency Shelter Assistance, Internships and assistance with filing Protective Orders.  Support Group meets Tuesday 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Davie Family YMCA, 336-751-YMCA  
Provides Water Safety Education for all 2nd graders in Davie County Schools as well as Before/After School Child Care & Summer Camp scholarships. 

Farmington Community Center, 336-998-2912 
Provides a safe place for seniors to enjoy an extension of the Senior Services lunch program.
Just Hope, Inc., 336-909-4241
A mobile food pantry and outreach agency that provides vital resources and services to those in need but lack transportation. 
The Dragonfly House, CAC336-753-6155
Works to reduce the devastating long-term effects that all forms of child abuse has on children, their families and society through immediate, coordinated, child focused services, education, and advocacy.
The Salvation Army    
Mocksville:  336-751-3334
Winston-Salem:   336-722-8721

Provides direct financial assistance for past-due rent, utilities, food, medicine and lodging.  Priority is given to emergency situations.  
United Way Direct Programs
2-1-1 Information & Referral 

Build a Backpack

Day of Caring

EFSP-Emergency Food & Shelter Program 

FamilyWize Prescription Discount Card

Get Connected Volunteer Matching Service