The 2017-2018 Campaign
The overwhelming proportion of United Way dollars comes from the residential community. Without the generous contributions of the people of our community, the United Way would not be able to provide the level of support that is currently possible. As our campaign goal increases each year, so will the level of service we are able to provide!
The United Way of Chatham County 2017 Campaign Leadership
1st Row: Farrel Potts, Galloway Ridge Campaign; Jan Sherwin, The Preserve at Jordan Lake Campaign Co-Chair; Corinne Houpt, Governors Club Campaign Chair; Kathy Singer, Governors Club Campaign; Jan Rickard, Countywide Campaign Chair; Jack Zollinger, United Way Board Chair and Galloway Ridge Campaign
2nd Row: Lee Strange, Briar Chapel Campaign; Bob Marshall, Galloway Ridge Campaign; Chuck Rickard, Chapel Ridge Campaign Co-Chair; Jerry Wehmueller, Governors Club Campaign
Not Pictured: Heather Bogan, Briar Chapel Campaign; Ian Dunn, Fearrington Campaign Co-Chair; Bob Enders, Powell Place Campaign Chair; George Evans, Carolina Meadows Campaign Co-Chair; Dennis and Nancy Horstman; Briar Chapel Campaign; Dennis & Julie Jones, Preserve Campaign; Gail King, Governors Village/Park/Lake/Forest Campaign Chair; Steve MacNeil, Preserve Campaign; Shawn & Portia McClarnon, Preserve Campaign Chair; Barbara Strange, Briar Chapel Campaign; Betty Wilson, Pittsboro Campaign Chair
Our 2017-2018 goal is $681,000 and each community investment brings us closer to reaching that goal. Every gift, regardless of size, helps someone.
The United Way idea of community-based fundraising has mobilized people to fight hunger, disease and poverty for over 100 years. Here in Chatham County, our United Way history has its roots in 1985 when a group of concerned citizens organized to better meet the needs of our community.
Together, we can make a difference… the united way!