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benefiting United Way of Henderson County
Friday, August 9, 2019
Click here to access the Player Registration form.
Click here to access the Sponsorship form.
Select from the Golf Items Menu below: sponsor level, entry fee and/or Masterpacks. Add one item at a time, it will be added to your PayPal cart in a separate window. You can come back to this page and add each additional item you would like.
Click here to access the Emergency Food and Shelter Program LRO application.
The Local Board for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program has been notified the national program’s funding has been determined. This federal funding is designated to supplement and expand the work of local social services agencies, both nonprofit and governmental, to assist individuals with emergency rent and mortgage payments. For 2018, Henderson County was awarded $19,725 through the Federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program set-aside funds.
Interested organizations will find a fillable pdf application above.
Small businesses play a critical role in maintaining a thriving local economy. You are no less important to the success of United Way, as we endeavor to improve lives through our work in education, income, and health. Our Small Business League members are an important, growing family of donors, who are vital to helping us meet the needs of our community.
By spreading your $1,000 gift over 12 months, we make it simple and affordable for small businesses to assume a place of leadership in our community. In turn, you are dually recognized as an individual donor, and as a corporate supporter.
Benefits of joining Small Business League:
Henderson County Youth Council (HCYC) is a student led and driven, county-wide youth organization supported by United Way of Henderson County. The council consists of representatives from all public high schools including the Innovative High School and Early College and is open to youth enrolled in home schools.
Application deadline is Friday, April 12, 2019. Click here to download the application.
HCYC researches, surveys and initiates projects that benefit young adults in Henderson County. HCYC provides an opportunity for young people to learn about and put into action community wide planning as well as enhance leadership skills and responsibility.
2018-19 HENDERSON COUNTY YOUTH COUNCIL MEMBERS
Quinn Albert, Hendersonville High School
Johnathan Austin, West Henderson High School
Kayla Bennett, Hendersonville High School
Brooks Bolin, West Henderson High School
*Taylor Calloway, North Henderson High School
Taryn Edgerton, North Henderson High School
*Moriah Fender, West Henderson High School
Hannah King, West Henderson High School
*Oliver Kompathoum, Hendersonville High School
Mitali Merchant, North Henderson High School
Caroline Maxon, West Henderson High School
Claire Parker, West Henderson High School
Alexla Perez-Sanchez, Henderson County Early College
*Janeissa Romero, Henderson County Early College
Kathryn Thomas, Hendersonville High School
*Denotes returning member