United Way connects donors with opportunities to:
Network with other local leaders who share your passion
Gain additional knowledge on how to help your community
Attend social events
Work on volunteer projects
In each community, Women United® tackles the issues that matter most to the people who call it home. Women United® empowers each other to leverage our passions, ideas, expertise and resources to transform the conditions in which people live for the better.
The United Way of the Brazos Valley invites you to become a member of Women United®. This is your chance to be a part of a global network of 70,000 women, to learn about key issues and fight for meaningful solutions. You will also:
- Be a part of a community of women who contribute their personal passions, best ideas and unique strengths to build a stronger community.
- Volunteer within our community alongside others looking to create change through United Way’s annual Day of Action in June.
- Network and collaborate with key business and community leaders and learn more about critical issues impacting our community at our social events and membership brunch.
Annual membership to Women United® is secured through a pledged financial gift of $250 or more to United Way’s Women United®. To learn more contact Peggi Goss, President and CEO, at email@example.com or by calling 979-696-4483 x. 101.
Leadership Giving Society
United Way of the Brazos Valley’s Leadership Giving Society donors strengthen our community through a significant investment of $1,000 or more annually. Leadership Giving Society Members form a foundation of working together to change lives and create lasting success.
When you give a Leadership gift, you have a significant impact on United Way’s ability to advance our Community Bold Goals. Your Leadership Giving Society membership contribution can be combined with a household member’s gift, given as a one-time gift or given through payroll deduction.
To discuss your intended gift, please contact Peggi Goss, President and CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 979-696-4483 x. 101.