The Community Investment Committee’s work takes place each spring. Their responsibilities include:

  • Reviewing grant applications
  • Meeting with representatives of each organization that applied for a grant
  • Developing funding recommendations to the Board of Trustees

The Board Development Committee’s responsibilities include:

  • Recruiting qualified candidates for Board membership
  • Building new relationships in and with the community
  • Strengthening the United Way’s relationship with health and human service organizations in the community

The Marketing Committee’s responsibilities include:

  • Presenting United Way and its work to the public
  • Communicating the impact that United Way’s work has in and on the community

The Finance Committee’s responsibilities include:

  • Oversight of financial transactions
  • Development of annual budget for approval of the Board of Trustees
  • Oversight of the annual audit process
  • Oversight of all endowment funds

The Endowment and Planned Giving Committee’s responsibilities include:

  • Educating the public about United Way’s impact in the community and how donors can support the work of the United Way through a charitable gift
  • Working with the media and personal contacts to meet these aims