The event was amazing and heartfelt. We have so many to thank for all the accomplishments and successes we have had. We hope you continute to support this wonderful group and make a postive impact on foster youth for the next decade!
It’s hard to believe that United Way’s Women in
Philanthropy program is celebrating its 10th year.
Back in 2001, United Ways across the country were starting local
women’s groups, and three volunteers – Char Donnermeyer, Carol
Wolfe and Donna Chipps – led the effort in forming our group who
decided to focus on helping local foster youth . I started at
United Way in February 2001 and had the pleasure of working
directly with the Women in Philanthropy program since its
inception. It’s definitely been a favorite part of my job.
We are looking for volunteers to lead various life skills
workshops for local foster youth. See a list of workshop topics
and dates below. You can pick the topic and date that works for
you. Volunteers are responsible for designing the
workshop coursework and for providing all
necessary items and materials.
We are working with Koininia Family Services and Child Abuse
Prevention Center on these workshops. Koininia is located in
Loomis and Child Abuse Prevention Center is located in
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