United Way of North Talladega County

Community Partners

Partnering Agencies of United Way of North Talladega County

United Way of North Talladega County has the privilege of working with 18 nonprofit agencies that are making a positive impact in North Talladega County. Each year our Allocation Partners are allotted a portion of the funds donated by the community through the annual campaign.  

Alabama Easter Seal Society

Provides medical aid, transportation, speech therapy and hearing screenings for children.

Contact: Sheila Pennington

To Mentor, Educate and Empower

Building Future Leaders through Mentorship, Self-Awareness and Empowerment.
Contact: Phillip White 256-998-8617

The ARC of North Talladega County

Strives to improve the quality of life for individuals with various impairments. The ARC serves individuals who have mental exceptionalities. In addition, the ARC provides summer day camp for children with multi-impairments for six weeks.

Contact: Janie Curtis

Boys and Girls Clubs of East Central Alabama

A youth development program that provides activities designed to capture interest, tech skills and build supportive relationships. Kids are given opportunities to communicate rules and expectations; take on meaningful challenges; build self-confidence and self-esteem; and offer hope and opportunity.

Contact: Johnny Byrd

Cheaha Family Support Council

Helps people with developmental disabilities meet the challenges of everyday life.

Contact: Mollie Bearden

Children’s Emergency Fund

Provides medicine, clothing, diapers, foster care supplies, baby needs, and transportation to indigent and foster children.

Contact: Nicole Parker and Brenda Brooks

First Family Services

Promotes skills that promote self-sufficiency. Sponsors the program, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Contact: Lecia Whiteside

Girls Scouts, North-Central Alabama

Provides a broad range of learning adventures that grow skills and self-confidence.

Contact: Mary Lynn Hanley
1-800-734-4541 or 205-452-0714

Jemison Carnegie Foundation

Provides Art in the Schools during the school year at each elementary schools in the City of Talladega and subsidizes the Museum’s Art Camp for Kids which has been held more than 20 years.

Contact: Susannah Herring

Lincoln Food Pantry

Provide food and assistance for utilities for people in the Lincoln area.

Contact: Marsha Martin

Palmer Place Child Advocacy

Meets the needs of abused and neglected children in Talladega. Provides a safe and friendly atmosphere to their story. Provides counseling two days a week for abused or neglected children.

Contact: Carolyn Durham

United Cerebral Palsy Dedicated to providing support programs and therapies to children and adults with disabilities. We strive toward a tomorrow where disabilities are neither limiting nor defining. Contact Lisa Spurling 256-237-8203 ext.108

United Cerebral Palsy

Dedicated to providing support programs and therapies to children and adults with disabilities. We strive toward a tomorrow where disabilities are neither limiting nor defining.

Contact Wanda Currie

256-237-8203 ext.108

Talladega 4-H Council

Trains boys and girls in homemaking, leadership, citizenship, and provide competitive events. In addition, offer various day-camps and enrichment programs.


Red Door Kitchen

Provides hot meals daily to homebound individuals in Talladega city limits.

Contact: Wendy Westerhouse

Rural Relief Agency

Provides clothing, food, and other items needy families with school children in rural North Talladega County.

Contact: Buster Bolton

Samaritan House

Assists people in our community with food, clothing needs, give financial assistance for utility bills and medication.

Contact: Mike Kulovitz

Talladega Historic Ritz

Provides children the opportunity to explore the arts.

Lauren Deal, Executive Director


Total Life Outreach in Childersburg


Billie Crawford

Community Action


2nd Chance in Oxford

Domestic Violence


Life Village, Pell City


Safe Sylacauga


South Talladega County UW