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Women United

To ensure families have the opportunity to thrive, Women United (WU) has chosen to focus its support on school readiness and family educational development. This funding will expand programs that ensure children have the basic skills they need to begin school, keep students on track, provide summer enrichment opportunities, and establish a Family Literacy program that will bring English language-learning parents alongside their children so they can help them succeed.

Learn more about ENGAGE. EMPOWER. GRADUATE.

HOW DO I JOIN THE WOMEN UNITED?

Becoming part of Women United is simple. All you have to do is make a contribution of $500, $1,000, $1,500 or $2,500 to the WU initiative. In order for your name to be added to the WU membership list, you must designate your donation to the Women United initiative on your giving form.

Benefits of Membership

  • Hands-on volunteer opportunities
  • Access to educational programming
  • Opportunities to network with other women leaders
  • Recognition on the United Way website and at the annual luncheon
  • Invitations to special events
  • A firsthand look at the difference women can make when they take action to help others in our community

Levels of Giving

  • Women United Leaders: Gift of $2,500 directed to the WU initiative
  • Women United Investors: Gift of $1,500 directed to the WU initiative
  • Women United Supporters: Gift of $1,000 directed to the WU initiative
  • Women United Promoters: Gift of $500 directed to the WU initiative

For questions or to get involved, please contact Todd Hall at 402.441.7213 or thall@unitedwaylincoln.org

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WOMEN UNITED Steering Committee

  • Michelle St.Clair, Perspective Planning Partners, Chair¬†
  • Nancy Biggs, Community Volunteer
  • Michelle Bring, United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County
  • Jenni Christiansen, Wells Fargo
  • Todd Hall, United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County
  • Natalia Wiita, Lincoln Journal Star