Volunteers Join 2017 United Way Campaign Cabinet

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 than $6 million to support United Way funded programs. 

“This year’s leadership team is really outstanding," said Stephens. "They all understand the importance of United Way and the work it is doing in our community."

The 2017 Campaign Vice Chairs and their respective divisions are as follows:
Amber Dean, City Bank - LIVE UNITED Golf Tournament
John Elliott, Volunteer - Special Gifts
Becky Garza, City of Lubbock - Local Government
Chad Grant, Alderson Enterprises - Corporate
Doug Hensley, Reagor Dykes Auto Group - Campaign Chair Elect
Meredith Imes, Texas Tech University - Marketing
A.J. Martinez, Robinson Burdette Martin & Seright - Professional
Kevin McConic, United Supermarkets - Leadership Giving
Darcy Pollock, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center - State Employee Charitable Campaign
Lynn Sanderson, Wells Fargo Bank - Special Gifts
Seth Schulz, PlainsCapital Bank - Loaned Executive

"We have a big job ahead of us, but together I know we will raise more money than ever to ensure the continued funding of all United Way programs,” said Stephens.

The 2017 Annual Campaign will officially launch at the Campaign Kick-Off Luncheon on August 31, 11:30 AM, at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. The Campaign goal will be announced at this time and a live auction will be held for a Lexus Champions for Charities Golf Package, which includes entry for two at the 2017 Lexus Champions for Charity National Championship held at Pebble Beach Golf Links, The Links at Spanish Bay, and Spyglass Hill Golf Course. More information on the live auction item can be found at www.liveunitedlubbock.org/golf.

The 2017 Annual Campaign will conclude at a luncheon on November 28th.

Lubbock Area United Way funds programs at 23 local Community Partner Agencies. These programs work daily to assist people in Lubbock and surrounding communities with needs such as affordable quality child care, parenting education, crisis situations, adult literacy, job training, and youth mentoring.  Click here for a complete list of the Community Partners.