Definitely it takes the kindness of others that turns a good event into a super tremendous successful event that benefits so many and makes a community a quality community. 
Thanks to the following individuals and businesses in-kind support, our events are always of the highest quality and are noted as "Must Attend and Must Support"!
2018/2019 Event Sponsors



ALFA Insurance- Jason Baily/Adam Davis

Baker Properties

B j's Family Pharmacy

Bank First Financial Services 


 Campus Book Mart

CB&S Bank

 Clark Beverage Group

 Gateway Tire and Service Center



Hurdle Law Firm PLLC

 Insurance Associates

 James "Cubby" Harris Painting Co. 

LPL Financial Services-Larry Mullins

 Northeast Exterminating LLC


 Rob Roberson  Law Firm

  Shelter Insurance-Cory Lucius

  Spruill Property Management

 Starkville Computer

 T.E. Lott &Co


. Watkins Ward &Stafford



In Kind Support


A2Z Printing

Ability Works


ATMOS Energy

Baker Properties

Cadence Bank

Campus Bookmart

Chick Fil-A

City of Starkville-Sportsplex

East MS Lumber Co.

George Sherman Clothiers 

Hilton Garden Inn

Luna Bella

Marriott Courtyard & The Mill


McAllister's Deli


OCH Regional Medical Center

Pollan Promos

Pop Pourium

R Tabb & Co.

Smallpond Graphics


Starkville Cafe

State Farm- Michael Mills

Starkville Daily News

Starkville Dispatch

Sullivan's Office Supply

The Lodge


Watermark Printing


98.2-WLZA Radio

“Atmos Energy and its employees are big supporters of United Way. We feel like United Way provides communities with great support programs and services that help people with basic needs such as education, income and health. Contributions go to work creating lasting changes right where you live. Working with a broad range of community partners, United Way supports new approaches that focus on prevention and community changes. Our employees are more than happy to volunteer their time and resources towards local projects. Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life”

Joyce Van Etten Atmos Energy, Starkville

Meet our 2019-2020 Community Business Investors


The United Way of North Central Mississippi would like to thank the

following community business partners for their investment in 2019:

“Strong Neighbors Association”

ATMOS Energy, c,ep

BancorpSouth , c,ep

Dr. George Barry

Chik-Fil-A, c,ik

Dr. Edward  Clynch

East Mississippi Lumber Company, c, ik

Frostbite, c

Kiwanis of Starkville

Dr. and  Mrs.  Lynn Reinschmeidt

Earl and Nan Rushing

Southwire, c, s

Richard and Donna Switzer

Pillars of Allegiance

4 County Electric Power Association, c, ep

AbilityWorks, ik

Aramark, ik

A T & T, c

Baker Properties, s

B j’s Family Pharmacy, s

Clark Beverage Co, ik

City of Starkville , ep, ik

C-Spire, ik


Entergy, g

Franklin Corporation, ep

Gateway Tire & Service Center, s

Golden Triangle Planning Development District, ep, s

IBM Employees & Retirees, ep

International Paper, ep

James “Cubby”  Harris Paint Co, s

Kroger, co

Lamar Outdoor Advertising, ik

Lowes. Ep


Mississippi State University, ep, ik

Motiva Shell Co, c

Northeast Exterminating  LLC, s

No Sky Solution, s


Pollan Promos, ik

Prographics. ik

Smallpond Graphics, s

Spruill Property Management, s

Starkville Computer, s

Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated Schools, ep, ik

Southern Traditions, ik

The Last Page, ik

The Mill, ik

Walmart, c

WCBI, ik

Xerium Weavexx, ep

Heritage of Trust

ALFA Insurance, Adam Davis, s

Bank First Financial Services. s

C B &S Bank, ep, s

Citizens Charitable Foundation, c

Guide One Insurance, c

Hurdle Law Firm, PLLC, s

Insurance Associates. s

LPL Financial Service, Larry Muliins, s

Modern Woodmen-Barbara Coates, s

Moreland Storage, ik

Nationwide Insurance, c

Oktibbeha County, ik

Renasant Bank, ep

Rob Roberson Law Firm, s

Shelter Insurance, Cory Lucius, s


State Farm, Michael Miliis, s, ik

Starkville Academy, s, ik

T.E. Lott &Co, ep, s

Watkins Ward & Stafford, s

Legacy of Hope

OCH Regional Medical Center, ep, s

Starkville Clinic for Women, c

Webster County Health Services, ep


Truehearted Neighbors

CREATE Foundation

Prairie Opportunities

Raymond James