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 Grants 2022
This year, a generous couple in the community, Julie and Jim Parker will provide a Leadership Challenge Grant to encourage Leadership level gifts. In addition, another generous donor, Jessica Bayne Hogan will provide a Women United Challenge Grant to encourage female donors to become leaders in the community.
 
New Leadership Donors
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.
 
Women United Leadership Challenge Grant 

In addition to the Leadership Challenge Grant, a special Women United Challenge Grant will also be offered. Thanks to a generous donation from Jessica Bayne Hogan, new female Leadership donors can increase the impact of their gift.

With the addition of the Women United grant, women donors would see their donation matched by both grants – tripling their gift to United Way KFL&A.

For more information about 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

“We have always donated to the United Way KFL&A because we know that the funds are used right here in our community. During the pandemic, this commitment to the community has been especially important and United Way continues to be an effective leader in addressing the immediate local needs and in helping those that need it most. Our United Way needs the support of our community. Together we can help tackle the increased suffering caused by the pandemic by increasing our support.”

– Julie and Jim Parker, 2022 Leadership Challenge Grant donors
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