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Partner Agencies

United Way of Lee County supports 16 local nonprofits that partner with us in our work. Together, we work for the education, financial stability, and health of every person in Lee County.

4-H of Lee County
Develops a variety of life skills in young people to enable them to become responsible and productive citizens

American Red Cross, Sanford Office
Provides emergency assistance to Lee County residents, particulary those experiencing house fires

Blandonia Child Development Center
Provides child care and kindergarten readiness programs at an affordable fee

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Carolina (Sanford location)
Seeks to enable all young people, especially those who need the Club most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens

Christians United Outreach Center of Lee County
Provides emergency food and other services to help people become less dependent on public aid.

Coalition for Families in Lee County
Works to reduce infant mortality and prevent teen pregnancy

El Refugio/The Refuge Family Resource Center
Builds bridges between transitioning immigrants and established residents through sharing, learning, and serving together

Family Promise of Lee County
Provides homeless families with shelter, meals, and comprehensive support services to enable them to transition into stable permanent housing

HAVEN in Lee County
Provides crisis intervention, shelter and supportive services to victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault and to their families

Helping Hand Clinic
Provides free health services to low-income uninsured residents of Lee County

Highway to Healing
Provides free transportation to area treatment centers for cancer patients who live in Lee County

Johnston-Lee-Harnett Community Action
Addresses the needs of low-income persons to help those persons become self-sufficient

Legal Aid of NC, Local Office
Provides free or low-cost legal services in civil matters to low-income individuals

Sanford Job Express
Provides reliable, economical transportation to work for low-income individuals who have jobs but no way to get to them

The Salvation Army of Lee County
Provides emergency food, clothing, and financial assistance and programs to help clients become self-sufficient

Warren Williams Child Development Center
Provides support through the NC Pre-K program to at-risk four-year-old children in Lee County