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    United in Our Communities

    At United, we believe in leaving our world a little better than how we found it. This means dedicating ourselves to enhancing our communities, and going the extra mile for each other and our neighbors. We’re United for our communities and committed to coming together for good.

    2022 Giving and Community Highlights


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    Organizations Impacted


    States impacted: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee
     United Community Bank Foundation

    United Community Bank Foundation

    United Community believes in the power of people coming together for good. We want to inspire, lead, and strengthen our communities.

    In 2020, we created the United Community Bank Foundation to support our four key areas that align with our employees’ interest, contributions, and volunteer efforts.

    Latest Happenings in the Community

    Surprise Squad: Cole's Victory Lap

    United Community is proud to partner with the Fox Carolina Surprise Squad to honor Erin and Clint Henderson, the parents of Cole Henderson, who founded a nonprofit in honor of their 3-year-old son who passed away from cancer. Erin and Clint had no idea that the Surprise Squad cleared their wish lists on Target and Amazon plus a van loaded with gifts for them!

    Honoring Local Veterans in Greenville, SC

    The Fox Carolina Surprise squad honored local veterans in the Greenville area through a donation to Wreaths Across America. This organization works to remember, honor, and teach about fallen veterans. The local chapter worked to place a wreath for every single fallen veteran in Woodlawn Memorial Park for Veterans Day.
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    Donation to Elementary School in Charleston, SC

    The United Community Bank Foundation recently presented a donation to the Sanders Clyde Creative Arts Elementary School in Charleston, SC! United's President, Rich Bradshaw, along with local Charleston employees, also read to several classes at the school and spoke about financial literacy.

    Surprise Squad: Mother Helps Daughter

    A local Greenville mother was encouraged by the Fox Carolina Surprise Squad at the Meyer Center. Her daughter, Brynley, is a six-year-old with special needs and a big heart. The Surprise Squad presented her with a donation to help with medical expenses.

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