Melonie Albino, Rebecca Ciszek, Kristi Desousa,
Daydre Eastwood, Nora Hana, Kathy Hobby, Michelle Hood,
Kay Johnson, Erika Mendoza, Pauline Morad, Charlie Rodgers, Marlene Stante, Lynn Telford-Sahl, Athena Ushana,
Debbie Vieira, Mary Whitaker and Kim Whittey.
Women United recognizes women who support the United Way of Stanislaus County at the leadership level each year as a member. Women United works to mobilize the power of women to strengthen the lives of women and children in our community. We give, advocate, and volunteer.
For over 65 years, United Way of Stanislaus County has supported and empowered our communities. We BUILD, ENGAGE and INVEST in Stanislaus County by developing and fostering strong relationships with companies and businesses, local non-profits, the faith-based community and neighborhood groups, because we understand how each has a strong impact on families and individuals here in our homes. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have raised over $1,000,000 to support over 55 local non-profits to help those that are most at risk in our communities, we are communicating with populations that are disproportionately affected, and we continue to uplift 211 (stanislauscounty211.org) to provide connection to resources free of charge, 24/7. Learn more at ytt-uwaystan.org.
Each of us has been impacted by the uncertainty of COVID-19. This is no different for United Way’s extremely popular Power of the Purse—As a valued supporter we have you to thank for helping us to make positive changes in our community and while the event won’t look the same, we are working hard to bring all of the excitement of the day right into your workplace or home.