You are invited to join the
United Way of Alexander County
"365 Drive for Small Businesses"

As a SMALL BUSINESS OWNER, you are a LEADER in our community. You know that a strong, healthy community determines the status of our local economy, as well as the status of our families and individuals. It affects our lifestyles, our welfare, and our futures. It impacts the ability of YOUR CUSTOMERS to purchase YOUR PRODUCTS & SERVICES!

Kicking off the United Way's "365 Drive for Small Business" in "Heisman Style"! Attorney Joel Harbinson strikes the "Heisman pose" to launch the United Way of Alexander County's new "365 Drive," a program directed at engaging small businesses to support the local UWAC's campaign. Attorney Caryn Brzykcy and Former United Way of Alexander County President Dianne Little are shown posting the "365 Drive" sticker on the window of the Harbinson and Brzykcy Law Office in Taylorsville. The law firm is the first to sign up for the United Way's "365 Drive for Small Business Circle".

Attorney Joel Harbinson
Harbinson & Brzykcy, Attorneys at Law

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Attorney Caryn Brzykcy (left)
Dr. Dianne Little (right)

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Glenn Deal
Financial Consultant

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Lee and Jane Sharpe
The Taylorsville Times

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Shelly Sebastian
Apkee Properties

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Funeral Service

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Counseling and Support

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Plumbing, Inc.

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Mount Carmel
Baptist Church

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eXp Realty
Tabitha Goforth, Real Estate Broker

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Transportation Services

(828) 632-4524

Alexander Railroad

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Funeral Home

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Weichert Realtors
Jennifer Martin, Real Estate Broker

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Your 365 Drive Membership Supports Our Community While Also Providing Your Business Greater Exposure

Small business members receive publicity on the United Way of Alexander County website and Facebook page, as well as in The Taylorsville Times and the organization's publications and reports. They also are eligible to join networking opportunities, be featured at special United Way of Alexander County events, and be recognized on Small Business Saturday.


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1. What are we asking?

To join United Way's 365 Drive, we just ask that you pledge to contribute $1 a day or $365 a year. Your donation will be an affordable and effective way for companies with fewer than 25 employees to give back to the communities that support them.

2. What do you get in return?

You will receive a 365 Small Business United Way Member Decal to display at your business, and a listing and link on our website, Facebook page and in the Taylorsville Times. You will also receive a listing in our annual report and other publications, invitations to United Way of Alexander County's events and volunteer opportunities, increased business exposure in your local community and opportunities for networking and social media recognition on "Small Business Saturday."

3. Several ways to join the Circle!

-Write a check - one time, monthly or quarterly.
-Host an in-store promotion where proceeds from a featured item go toward your pledge.
-Engage your employees in a business-wide campaign.
-Design your own creative way to contribute. An example is the "Harbinson Heisman" approach, where Joel Harbinson will contribute $40 for each touchdown scored at the Cougars' home football games.

Become a Member Today!

Your Help is Needed



United Way Agencies


Board Members & Volunteers


Circle Members & Growing


Population of Alexander

Budget Friendly!

Join the Small Business Circle in a way that fits your budget!
Become a 365 Circle Member by mailing your check to
United Way, PO Box 232, Taylorsville, NC 28681, or donate online below.