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UNITED45 aims to inspire the next generation of philanthropists. Through giving at a leadership society level, learning about critical issues facing the community, engaging in meaningful volunteer opportunities, and connecting with other dedicated young leaders, UNITED45 members create a community impact that supports the work of United Way of Northeast Louisiana.
Erica & Michael Ryan, 2016 UNITED45 Chairs
Make a difference in the future of our community by making a donation to United Way at any of the following Leadership Society levels:
Members have the opportunity to learn about critical issues facing our community and how United Way is addressing these issues by focusing on Education, Financial Stability, and Health, as well as Basic and Emergency Needs—the building blocks for a good quality of life.
UNITED45 members will be able to give back to the community by helping with meaningful projects throughout the year. This allows members to see first-hand the impact made possible by their financial investment. Volunteer projects will match the interest of the UNITED45 members and the needs of the community.
UNITED45 members form strong relationships with other young professionals who are dedicated to our community. Through service projects and social events, members have the opportunity to connect with passionate supporters and community advocates.
Dollars & $ense Reality Fair (Volunteer Opportunity) Thursday, November 17, 2016, 8:00 - 10:45 A.M., Monroe Civic Center
Join United Way of Northeast Louisiana UNITED45 for the first volunteer service project of the year, the Dollars & $ense Reality Fair for Carroll and Wossman High Schools, 8:00 - 10:45 A.M., Thursday, November 17, at the Monroe Civic Center.
The Dollars & $ense Reality Fair is United Way of Northeast Louisiana's interactive financial education simulation during which high school students actively learn how to make better financial decisions and gain knowledge of budgeting, saving, and banking.
During the 2015-2016 school year, 363 community volunteers just like you worked with over 1,600 NELA students in 11 Dollars & $ense Reality Fairs, held in 7 parishes for 23 area high schools. Please join us for this unique opportunity to support United Way's community impact in the area of Financial Stability.
For more information about United Way of Northeast Louisiana UNITED45, contact Amy Scott, Director of Marketing & Communications, at 318-998-9205.