Join the next generation of philanthropic leaders!
United Way of Salt Lake Young Leaders is a group of early to mid-career professionals that are committed to making a difference in our community. With over 350 individuals and couples, members come together to connect with other peers and leaders in the community, build leadership skills, and learn about issues in our community. This energetic group of young philanthropists (age 40 and under) is focused on supporting early childhood education for at-risk children in our community.
Mission: United Way of Salt Lake Young Leaders cultivates relationships with young professionals to make positive impact through volunteerism, advocacy, philanthropy, and the development of community leaders.
Benefits of becoming a Young Leader:
By donating $42.00 a paycheck, members enjoy many exclusive events and activities throughout the year, including:
- Lunch with a Leader: Members rub shoulders with prominent business and community leaders
- Volunteer Projects: Members come together to organize projects and provide a wide variety of service in our community
- Networking and Social Events: Members grow personally and professionally with a variety of events throughout the year
- Public Policy and Advocacy: Members involve and educate individuals about the importance of civic engagement and focus on early childhood legislation
Fast Track: You can increase your annual investment over the next three years and be recognized now as a Young Leader! Example: $500 (2014-2015) $750 (2015-2016) $1,000 (2016-2017)
For more information contact:
Drew Martinez, Leadership Giving Director
Young Leaders and Leadership Circle
firstname.lastname@example.org or 801.746.2562
Young Leaders Volunteer Opportunities:
Join us for Science Wednesdays at Guadalupe School!
On the second Wednesday of each month, Young Leaders get together to lead fun, interactive science experiments with students from kindergarten to 5th grade at Guadalupe School.
Learn more about Science Wednesdays here!