Thanks to generous support from these local United Ways, UWRA members extend the capacity of the network through the following pro bono service areas:
A safe and neutral communication channel for United Way professionals to get answers to difficult questions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CEO CHAT SERIES
Quarterly informal conversations for current and former United Way executives to share best practices and lessons learned.
COACHING & MENTORING
Invaluable advice to navigate your role. No matter what you're facing, a UWRA member has been there, too.
Short-term staffing roles and projects are a perfect match for UWRA members with the expertise to hit the ground running.
AFFINITY GROUP GUIDANCE
Strategies for building a Retire United affinity group to engage pre-/retirees as advocates, donors, and volunteers once they have left the workplace.
An community of 600+ United Way professionals who convene online to share best practices for their pre-/ retiree engagement efforts.
Articles, publications, and other useful retirement planning resources are regularly posted.
UNITED WAY HISTORY
Appreciation and preservation of United Way history through articles, publications, online chats, and more.
UWRA members with hands-on experience in crisis response and disaster recovery serve as resources to assist and support local United Ways.
In partnership with UWW's Talent & Board Engagement team, UWRA members support executive searches for smaller United Ways.
Simple and straightforward strategies for United Ways of any size to launch and grow planned giving programs.
SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTISE
Speakers and facilitators on any topic for your next staff meeting or state conference.