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Lubbock Area United Way’s 2017 Annual Campaign will kick-off with a luncheon on Thursday, August 31 in the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Banquet Hall. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and the program begins at noon. Seats are $30 each or $240 for a table of eight. To register online...

Lubbock Area United Way is hiring!

Position: Community Impact Director

Job Description: The position is responsible for managing the Community Impact Division which advises the Board of Directors on matters related to the investment of funds,...

Lubbock Area United Way is hiring!

Position: Administrative Assistant

Job Description: Seeking detail oriented person to provide exceptional administrative support.Full time position with excellent benefits. Equal Opportunity Employer.

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More than 60 local professionals are volunteering across the community this morning as part of United Way’s Day of Caring. These volunteers, part of the United Way Loaned Executive Program will be at four different United Way partner agencies, promoting the importance of literacy with the...

Lubbock Area United Way Campaign Chair Jon Stephens has announced the leadership team for the 2017 Annual Campaign.  Stephens and 11 Vice Chairs will work together to recruit the more than 400 other volunteers needed to assist in the community-wide fundraising effort. Last year donors gave more...

Jon Stephens, Lubbock Market President for SouthWest Bank, has been named the 2017 Campaign Chair for Lubbock Area United Way. In 2016, the Annual United Way Campaign raised over $6 million to support its 23 Community Partners.  Stephens and a campaign cabinet of 30 volunteers will set the 2017...

Go Blue Lubbock, a community-wide project to promote child abuse awareness and prevention kicked off with more than 75 people in attendance at the United Way office at 8:30 AM on Friday, March 31. Last year 1,033 children in Lubbock County were confirmed victims of abuse and neglect. The...

More than 450 volunteers and supporters gathered today at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center for Lubbock Area United Way’s Annual Meeting.  

Betty Dotts was honored with the Rita Harmon Volunteer Service Award.  The award has been presented each year since 1993 to honor deserving...

The Lubbock Area United Way raised 100.1 percent of its 2016 campaign goal and, for the first time ever, surpassed the $6 million mark.

Amber Dean, Lubbock Area United Way 2016 campaign chairwoman, announced the community contributed $6,031,073, during a Victory Report Luncheon Tuesday...

Meredith Imes loves volunteering.

"I feel like it's been ingrained in me from a really young age," Imes explains.

She also loves public speaking; a perfect match when she started...

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