When people engage with United Way, they bring their passion, skills and vision to our efforts, focusing their sights on the greater good. Together, we can accomplish far more. All of us bring our unique perspective, experience and enthusiasm to the cause, and that diversity is the wellspring of innovative solutions we need to affect positive change on a large scale.
We invite everyone to be part of the change in your community. Whether it's women, students, young professionals, or major donors -- our groups are just one more way for you to explore the "United Way experience."
The United Way Alexis de Tocqueville Society, initiated in March 1984, is designed to deepen the understanding, commitment and support of individuals to United Ways and to recognize the deep commitment to service. Membership in the Society is granted to individuals who contribute at least $10,000 annually to the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties.
The Tocqueville Society is a nationally recognized society. Currently, over 400 societies raise over $529 million dollars from nearly 25,000 individuals annually. These leaders share a spirit of philanthropy and engage locally to improve the lives of others.
The Bench and Bar United Society provides an opportunity for our legal community to support our local United Way and its efforts toward a big vision, the Bold Goals 2030, which outlines a ten-year plan for addressing mental health and substance abuse, early childhood success, obesity, housing affordability, and basic needs.
The success of our local United Way is critical to the future of our community. United Way’s unique value lies in its ability to identify issues, develop partnerships, implement solutions, and measure results. The support of our community translates directly to the success of United Way and its ability to fulfill its mission and vision.
Part of United Way’s Professionals Campaign is the Healthcare Heroes Circle. This Circle gives healthcare workers an opportunity to donate and advocate for a cause that hits close to home. Your contribution supports our efforts to address and fight mental health and substance abuse, early childhood obesity, housing affordability, and basic needs.
The success of our local United Way is critical to the future of our community. United Way’s unique value lies in its ability to identify issues, develop partnerships, implement solutions, and measure results. Your support translates into the success of United Way and the determination to fulfill its mission and vision.
Your relationship with United Way has grown into significant community impact. With the United Way’s Legacy Society, it can blossom into stability and security for our future generations. United Way’s Legacy is a planned gift giving to our endowment which will be used to achieve our Bold Goals 2030 and provide support for those in need.
We invite you to consider UWRCC in your estate planning to ensure your family is left in good hands and your passion to help others echoes to our children and our children’s children. We will partner with you, your loved ones and your financial advisor to help complete this process and keep you informed every step of the way.
Our community needs champions and advocates who understand the problems we are facing and can offer real solutions for positive change. Members of Women United will empower each other to use their passions, ideas, expertise and resources to transform the very conditions in which people live.
United Way's Young Leaders Society (YLS) is a group of like-minded, young professionals who come together to share a vision of bettering our community. Members connect to their community and each other through special events and volunteer projects.
If you are looking to network with new people, become a better leader, or make a personal commitment to your community, join United Way’s Young Leaders Society. Your ability to make a lasting impact starts here.