In the Spring of 2016, Trident United Way partnered with Roper St. Francis and MUSC Health to implement the Tri-County Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Nearly 1,500 individuals provided feedback to the CHNA through surveys, focus groups and interviews.
New Partners in Bold Community Change
Community Engagement Investments – Funding Opportunity
Community Engagement Investments – New Funding Opportunity
Thank you to our participating restaurants who raised $9,519 for our Links to Success Initiative.
CHARLESTON, SC – Trident United Way (TUW) is excited to announce a new strategic partnership with the United Way Association of South Carolina (UWASC) that will allow us to continue providing high quality 2-1-1 services and increase use of real-time data for continuous improvement.
Will Spearhead Efforts to Change the Way We Address Complex Human Service Problems
Charleston – A national search to find the best person to lead Trident United Way’s community impact process reached an unexpected conclusion: The best person for the job has been working one office away from the person leaving the job.