Leadership Giving

Leadership Giving

United Way Leaders of the Way

Leadership donors have the power to change lives. They inspire others to give. With a donation of $1,200 or more, Leadership level donors are ready to drive change, willing to set a powerful example and become part of the solution to our community’s complex social issues. Our Leaders are passionate about leaving their mark  by creating lasting change.

Leadership Honour Roll

Leadership Challenge Grant

United Way KFL&A is excited to announce the Leadership Challenge Grant will continue this year. Thanks to a generous donation from Jessica Bayne Hogan, Leadership donors can once again increase the impact of their gift.

New Leadership Donors – double the impact. 

By becoming a new Leadership donor, you increase the impact of your gift.

  • Your first-time donation of $1,200 or more to the United Way will be matched up to a maximum amount.
  • Increase your gift to $1,200 this year and the Leadership Challenge Grant will match your $1,200 donation

Renewing Leadership Donors.

If you are already a Leader of the Way and, this year, you add at least 10% to your gift, the Leadership Challenge Grant will provide a match up to a maximum amount.
For more information about the grant and Leadership giving, contact us at leadership@unitedwaykfla.ca

Leadership Giving Levels

Transformational: $100,000+

Philanthropist Circle: $25,000 – $99,999

Platinum: $10,000 – $24,999

Gold: $5,000 – $9,999

Silver: $2,500 – $4,999

Bronze: $1,200 – $2,499

Friends of the Way: $500 – $1,199

“To say that the current pandemic has affected everyone in some capacity, to varying degrees of difficulty is to state the obvious. All of us have likely at some point in the past few months felt anxious, uncertain about the future, distanced from those people who regularly make up our lives & even those in our community who we don’t know personally. The stresses about the long term effects that this pandemic will have on all aspects of our lives is unknown but something that we likely all contemplate frequently. The one certainty is that we have the power to come together and tackle the upcoming challenges together. It is for this reason that I have been inspired by the amazing efforts made to date by charitable organizations, front line workers, the community and various government initiatives, to continue to support The United Way in the form of A Challenge Grant this year.”

– Jessica Bayne-Hogan