Purpose: To unite women and demonstrate their power to effect positive change as philanthropists, role models, mentors and leaders.
Women United is a group where, regardless of age and background, women can come together to impact the lives of those in York County through volunteer projects, mentoring and hands-on leadership. Women in York County who currently contribute to United Way of York County and fall into the Membership Criteria below are invited to join this group of women.
The Women United Annual Meeting profiled four published local authors—all women—whose experiences in and around York have shaped their lives and work. Click Here for the bios on these amazing authors.
CLICK HERE to view more photos from the event.
- Currently contribute $500 or more annually to the United Way of York County, or
- Pledge to step up my gift to reach $500 annually within 3 years, or
- Become a new contributor and agree to step up to $500 annually within 3 years.
Women Living United Founders
Pictured (L to R): Helen Edwards, Edquina Washington, Natalie Fuhrman, Reesy Neff, Dottie Rohrbaugh, Carol Kauffman and Jennifer Pitts.
2017 Women Living United Steering Committee
The Women Living United Ambassadors build a strong network of women working to improve people's lives throughout the area.
Reesy Neff, WLU Chair, BB&T
Andrea Bledsoe, Print-O-Stat
Christi Brown, WellSpan Health
Vickie Chronister, York Traditions Bank
Natalie Fuhrman, Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP
Angie Hartman, OSS Health
Jennifer Hitz, Leg Up Farm
Carol Kauffman, Crispus Attucks Association
Devon Myers, CGA Law Firm
Melissa Pierce, WellSpan Health
Dottie Rohrbaugh, Community Volunteer
Thank you, BB&T Bank, for being the title sponsor of Women United.
For additional information about Women United, please contact Crystal Kimball, at (717) 771-3810.