Our Vision

To eradicate poverty, steer towards social healing, expose systemic failures, advance financial, educational, healthy, & social opportunities for all.

Our Mission

To advance the common good of Davie County by uniting the resources of the community to identify and address the most pressing human needs.

Our Values


  • Together: We are successful because we partner together for the good of others.
  • Humble: We know success begins with humble leader, willing to learn and listen to others.
  • Regard: We regard the value of those marginalized as important and should be given a voice.
  • Integrity: We build trust in our community by acting with integrity in all decisions.
  • Vigilant: We understand needs evolve, so we vigilantly stand watch to adjust as needed.
  • Empathetic: We know that serving other well requires empath and compassion, not pity.


chuck taylor

Chuck Taylor


cyndi shrewsbury

Cyndi Shrewsbury

Director of

Renea Shrewsbury

Renea Shrewsbury


Board of Directors

gloria wommack

Gloria Wommack, Chairwoman


Neal Smith, Treasurer & Finance Chair

Davie County GovERNMENt, RETIRED

Adam Ridenhour, Comm. Investment Chair

Atrium Wake Forest baptist, Chaplaincy & Clinical ministries Manager

Lisa Hartness,
Nominating Vice-Chair

Davie Co Schools, Substitute Teacher

Joe Johnson,
Campaign Chair

Tri-Seal, LAB TECH

Haley Pulliam,

Ma & Me & Skylar's Heavenly Homemades, OWNER

Lori Hamilton,
Vice Chair

NC Superior Court, Judge

Lynn Yokley,

DAVIE County Schools, REtired

Jenny Stevenson, Comm. Investment Vice-Chair

Davie County schools,
PBIS Coordinator

Amy Haynes,
Campaign Vice-Chair

Cigna, lead analyst for provider relations

Brad Blackmon,
Finance Vice-Chair


Derrick Mock,
Board Member, Finance

Thirdwind outreach ministries, PASTOR

Diversity and Inclusion

We respect, value and celebrate the unique attributes, characteristics and perspectives that make each person who they are. We also believe that bringing diverse individuals together allows us to collectively and more effectively address the issues that face our community. It is our aim, therefore, that our partners, strategies and investments reflect these core values.

Statement of Principle

More than 125 years ago, the diverse community leaders who founded United Way crossed cultural, religious and economic boundaries to make a difference through collective action. Today, diversity and inclusion remain vital to achieving our mission, living our values and advancing the common good.

We understand that there has and still exists a systemic problem of racism in the United States of America, in North Carolina, and even in Davie County. These institutional problems perpetuate a system that denies justice and opportunities to our neighbors, friends, and families. It will not change until we acknowledge the problem and promote a new system that is anti-discriminatory.

United Way fosters and promotes inclusive environment that leverages the unique contributions of diverse individuals and organizations so that we can collectively and effectively create opportunities for a better life for all.  We affirm the rights of all people to be treated justly and equitably and to receive mutually positive outcomes for their work and efforts.

United Way takes the broadest possible view of diversity, going beyond visible differences to affirm the essence of all individuals including the realities, background, experiences, skills, and perspectives that make each person who they are. We are adamantly opposed to any type of racial discrimination. Engaging the power of diverse talent and partners results in innovative solutions and the community ownership necessary to address complex community issues.

Diversity and inclusion are at the heart of what it means to LIVE UNITED.