“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more then you are a leader.”
~ John Quincy Adams.
There are many types of leaders in our community. Some lead by example and through volunteerism and giving their time. United Way relies on volunteers to accomplish our mission in the community. Others have shown their leadership through giving a significant gift each year to the United Way. Their generosity increases United Way’s ability to create positive lasting change in the lives of our neighbors. United Way is very grateful to these supporters for their dedication to our work and mission.
The Leadership Giving Circle was established in 1989 as a way to recognize individuals or couples who give at least $1,000 per year to United Way. We publish and distribute an annual Leadership Giving registry as a token of appreciation.
WOMEN UNITED is a new engagment opportunity for Leadership Level women that began in 2017. Through concerted study and education the inagural group of women determined that child abuse and neglect would be their signature issue. Lubbock County ranks high in the state for confirmed cases of abuse and neglect. By combining the financial power and collective talents of Leadership Level women through year-round activities and volunteer projects, this group hopes to raise awareness and generate action on this heartbreaking issue.