Partner Agencies

2019 United Way Partner Agencies

Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1 to 1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Buckle-Up Davie   (fully funded by United Way)
Provides free car seats to low-income families and car seat safety checks and education to all families who request it.
Cancer Services, Inc.
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
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 Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Ctr.
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 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Davie Family YMCA    (Water Safety Program fully funded by United Way)
Provides Water Safety Education for all 2nd graders in Davie County Schools
Farmington Community Center
Provides a safe place for seniors and the special needs population to enjoy activities, crafts, and life enriching resources.
Just Hope, Inc.
A mobile food pantry and outreach agency that provides vital resources and services to those in need but lack transportation.
Meals on Wheels, Davie County Senior Services
Provides a nutritionally balanced meal to homebound seniors 5 days a week. 
To qualify, one must be 60 or older & unable to cook for him/herself. The person must also be homebound, meaning that it is very difficult for him/her to leave the home due to a physical or mental impairment.
Call for an appointment for an assessment.
The CARes Project
A Program that makes affordable car loans to Low-Income Credit Challenged working adults and equipping those served with the tools for a better financial future.
For further information, please contact Rick Menendez 336-840-1555 or
The Dragonfly House, CAC
Works to reduce the devastating long-term effects that all forms of child abuse have 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.