Through my support of United Way as a Leadership Giver I know many individuals receive help that dramatically improves their lives — it is great to know my gift positively makes a difference. - Kay Gribbin, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Increase your impact and demonstrate a spirit of caring for our community that inspires others as a Leadership Giver. Alongside nearly 6,000 fellow North Texans, you lead by example, through your financial investment, actions and voice. Your passion and generosity help to significantly improve Education, Income and Health in our region.
As a Leadership Giver, you join a special society of United Way donors who work together to create lasting positive change where we live. Through specialized volunteer events, advocacy efforts and exclusive networking opportunities, you gain a stronger sense of how your United Way gift impacts the community while engaging with other professionals with a philanthropic heart.
How to Join
Leadership Givers invest an annual gift of $1,000 or more — just $20 per week. They play a vital role in the work of United Way as it invests in programs and services targeting the critical community issues in Education, Income and Health.
To become a member or for more information, contact Michelle Hanson, Director of Leadership Giving, at 214.978.0033.
Existing Leadership Givers
Update your information and select membership into additional affinity groups here.
Leadership Givers are welcome to select membership into any of the four United Way affinity groups. Each provides a unique opportunity to enhance your involvement with United Way and build your professional and social network.
African American Leadership Society: committed to creating a positive community impact, with a focus on mentoring and serving as strong role models for local youth
Latino Leadership Initiative: aimed at engaging and educating Latino leaders on how the local Latino community participates in, and benefits from, the work of United Way
Women's Leadership Council: focused on engaging women as philanthropic leaders, while pursuing health and human service efforts that affect women, children and families
Young Leaders Society (ages 45 and younger): supports the development of young leaders as they strive to advance both professionally and philanthropically
Builders Society: dedicated to supporting the United 2020 community goals by engaging local leaders with the community and United Way leadership to produce a measurable impact in the areas of Education, Income and Health