In the News

Trident United Way is happy to work with members of the media to provide resources, content and ideas for stories throughout Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties. Our staff can also serve as expert sources on a number of topics ranging in education, financial stability, health, collective impact and disaster recovery. If you would like to discuss a story or interview a member of the TUW staff, please contact Caroline Morris, Marketing & Communications Manager at (843) 740-7747 or Christy Boudolf, VP of Communications & Volunteer Engagement can also be contacted at (843) 740-7731 or


Aug. 20, 2017: Superintendents, Trident United Way announce reading initiative by Monica Kreber, The Berkeley Independent

Aug. 20, 2017: Superintendents, Trident United Way announce reading initiative by Monica Kreber, Summerville Journal Scene

Aug. 17, 2017: Trident United Way Partners with Local School Districts in Historic Education Initiative, TUW Press Release, The Charleston Chronicle

Aug. 16, 2017: School districts work together to help students read by third grade by Paul Bowers, The Post & Courier

Aug. 15, 2017: Trident United Way, school districts announce initiative to improve literacy by Michal Higdon, Live 5 News

July 14, 2017: Trident United Way awards $25,000 in community engagement grants, TUW Press Release, The Moultrie News

June 22, 2017: Healthy Tri-County Initiative a Long-Term Solution to Area Health Issues by Barry Waldman, The Journal (Lowcountry Graduate Center)

June 20, 2017: Trident United Way celebrates 'Lowcountry stars' at annual banquet by Jenna-Ley Harrison, Summerville Journal Scene 

June 14, 2017: Roads bill includes earned income tax relief for working families by Bernie Mazyck, member of Trident United Way Public Policy Council, Charleston Regional Business Journal

May 14, 2017: Earned income credit will balance gas tax by Bryan Boroughs, chair of Trident United Way's Public Policy Council, The Post & Courier

Apr. 24, 2017: Letter to the Editor: Tri-county health: where we are and where we're going by Kellye A. McKenzie, Director of Health at Trident United Way, The Post & Courier

Dec. 2, 2016: Members of Joint Base Charleston volunteer for Day of Caring by Airman 1st Class Kevin West, Joint Base Charleston 

Sept. 5, 2016: Underprivileged's access to care tops list of tri-county area's biggest health issues by Derrek Asbury, The Post & Courier

June 28, 2016: Not-so-healthy S.C. ranks near bottom: Experts discuss state's health care hurdles; tri-county fares well by Derrek Asbury, The Post & Courier

May 6, 2016: Trident United Way announced 33 programs to receive 3-year grants, Staff Reports, The Post & Courier

Jan. 23, 2016: Health report shows disparities in access across tri-county by Ashley Heffernan, Charleston Regional Busines Journal