Campaign Leadership & Volunteers

Campaign Cabinet

Each year, United Way depends on volunteers within the community to help with our fund raising efforts. The following volunteers are playing a key role in helping create a brighter future for all in St. Lucie County

   
 

Loaned Executives

Loaned Executives are the link between United Way's volunteer campaign leadership and the organizations from which United Way obtains contributions. They function as an extension of United Way staff helping manage workplace campaigns. Loaned Executives are selected by their CEO/immediate supervisors to volunteer time, during the weekday, to directly assist with the annual fundraising campaign. With a rapidly growing need for help and support for the most needy citizens of St. Lucie County, Loaned Executives play a vital role in assisting the United Way to raise the resources needed to achieve positive sustained changes and impact lives in our community.

 

For more information on the Loaned Executive Program, please call (772) 464-5300 or email monte.kosoff@unitedwayslc.org.

Spotlights

UNited Way SLC lastest financial information- 2015 990 Form

Good News!

Roxanne Wells, Director of Communications and Work Place Giving accepts a check from the employees of Tropicana for $19,778 towards the annual giving campaign. Roxanne Wells, Director of Communications and Work Place Giving accepts a check from the employees of Tropicana for $19,778 towards the annual giving campaign.
Thank you to our Corporate Partners, Bank of America, for the generous donation of $2500.00 Thank you to our Corporate Partners, Bank of America, for the generous donation of $2500.00
Karen Knapp, CEO and UWSLC Board Members accept  a check from Publix Regional Manager, Jaime Laviolette and other St. Lucie County Publix Store Managers for $241,000 Karen Knapp, CEO and UWSLC Board Members accept a check from Publix Regional Manager, Jaime Laviolette and other St. Lucie County Publix Store Managers for $241,000
United Way of SLC CEO Karen Knapp spoke to state legislators at the SLC Legislative Delegation Meeting at IRSC on Friday, advocating on behalf of children, the elderly and Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) families. United Way of SLC CEO Karen Knapp spoke to state legislators at the SLC Legislative Delegation Meeting at IRSC on Friday, advocating on behalf of children, the elderly and Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (ALICE) families.
Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club Residents Raised $275,442.94 for United Way of St. Lucie & Martin Counties Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club Residents Raised $275,442.94 for United Way of St. Lucie & Martin Counties