Trident United Way


Tune in to Lowcountry Live this morning!
TUW's Amanda Sito and Day of Caring Chair Michael Wilson will talk about everything you need to know for the 18th annual Day of Caring on Nov. 16! Tune in to WCIV-4 between 10 - 11 am.

Trident United Way Takes You Behind the Scenes of Printing Day of Caring Shirts
Trident United Way Takes You Behind the Scenes of Printing Day of Caring Shirts

Trident United Way is excited to announce its partnership with Turning Leaf Project to produce this year's Day of Caring t-shirts. Turning Leaf is a local nonprofit that works to help men transition from prison to home. It operates a full-scale screen printing shop where students can gain work experience. TUW's order of 7,500 Day of Caring shirts is the largest in the nonprofit's four-year history! Watch the video to see the shirts get made and get a sneak peek on the t-shirt color! Watch Now

Healthy Tri-County Unveils Tri-County Health Improvement Plan
Did you know that 12.6% of Tri-County individuals under the age of 65 years do not have any form of health insurance?

Increasing access to quality health care and services is just one of the community goals outlined in Healthy Tri-County's Our Health, Our Future: Tri-County Health Improvement Plan 2018-2023. 
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Thank You For Being the Difference!

Trident United Way Wins Faces of SC Partner Award
Trident United Way staff were presented with the Faces of SC Award at SC Thrive's Regional Conference in Columbia, S.C. on Oct. 1 - 2. SC Thrive honored TUW for leading innovation in the Palmetto State as well as connecting community partners, volunteers and clients to each other. Trident United Way and SC Thrive have worked to increase financial stability in the Tri-County region for the last decade. 
Pictured (L to R): John Boyle ,The Benefit Bank Regional Training Coordinator; Katrina Seastrunk, SC Thrive Lowcountry Regional Manager; Joselyn Johnson, AmeriCorps Program Manager; Cathy Easley, Director of Integrated Community Systems; Not Pictured: Shakelia LeBlanc, Berkeley Prosperity Center Operations Specialist; Amanda Nadel, Dorchester Prosperity Center Operations Specialist
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Members of the Trident United Way African-American Leadership Council were in action with a volunteer project at Lowcountry Food Bank on Sept. 25. Clockwise from Top Left: AALC Chair Don Smith (Hendricks Automotive), Georgia Mims (Crowne Plaza), Patrice Simmons (Berkeley Electric), Sonia Hanson (South State Bank). 

Are you interested in learning more about AALC and its group of engaged donors and volunteers? Email Hallet Graham at