United Way of York County announces Hunter Mink as 2020 Campaign Chair
United Way of York County is pleased to announce the Campaign Chair for the 2020 Annual Campaign, one of the most significant fundraising events for York County: Hunter Mink, CPA, CCIFP, Partner, Audit Services Group, RKL LLP.
In his role, Mink will lead the Campaign Cabinet, a group of dedicated community leaders that devote their time and energy to building relationships with local companies and encouraging them to lead the way and give back through a United Way campaign. Last year, with the community’s support, United Way of York County raised $6.2 million through the Campaign.
A graduate of York College of Pennsylvania, Mink is extremely active in the community. In addition to his many years serving on United Way’s Campaign Cabinet, Mink is also the current president and a member of the Board of Directors of Rotary of York – East, a member of the Board of Directors and the Finance Committee Chair for the Farm & Natural Lands Trust, and an executive committee member and past president for the South Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). He graduated from Leadership York’s Future Leaders of York and Leadership Training Program, and volunteers regularly with Junior Achievement of South Central Pennsylvania.
Mink has been recognized as one of Central Penn Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 award recipients, and also with PICPA’s Young Leader Award.
United Way of York County’s Campaign is the largest annual fundraising event in York County, with 1 in 4 people in York County directly benefitting from United Way funded programs. Each year, more than 300 companies and organizations across York County pull together to give back, in order to build a stronger, caring community.
“As York County strives to recover and rebuild a more resilient community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that this year, more than ever, our community needs everyone to work together to raise the critical resources to meet the needs of our most vulnerable neighbors,” said Anne Druck, President, United Way of York County. “We’re proud to have Hunter’s leadership and commitment to help us to build and maintain vital relationships with our companies and build the framework for a successful Campaign.”
The 2020 United Way of York County Campaign Cabinet also includes:
- Kevin Schreiber, Campaign Cabinet Vice Chair, York County Economic Alliance
- Wilda Alessi, Leadership York
- Cristina Andrewleski, McConkey Insurance & Benefits
- James Coombes, York Traditions Bank
- Elizabeth Dellinger, York Traditions Bank
- Art Full, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP
- John Giambalvo, Jack Giambalvo Family of Dealerships
- Brian Grimm, York Day Nursery
- Chris Helt, York Traditions Bank
- Thomas Koppmann, M&T Bank
- Aaron Kveragas, PeoplesBank, A Codorus Valley Company
- Katie Mahoney, York County Economic Alliance
- Eric Menzer, York Revolution
- Renae Morgan, Members 1st Federal Credit Union
- Keith Mummert, M&T Bank
- Jen Rauhauser, BB&T
- Mark Robertson, Retired, MANTEC
- Matt Ruth, PeoplesBank, A Codorus Valley Company
- Jim Singleton, The Glatfelter Agency / Glatfelter Insurance Group
- Kendra Stoutzenberger, Kinsley Construction, Inc.
- Leigh Ann Wilson, MANTEC
About United Way of York County
For over 99 years, United Way of York County has worked in the York County community to improve people’s lives. It began as The York Welfare Federation, an organization that raised funds on behalf of 17 member agencies. Today, as United Way of York County, the mission of raising community funds remains the same, but the strategies have broadened in order to meet the growing and changing needs of people living in York County.
United Way has adapted over the years and now collaborates with other public and private organizations to engage the community in addressing the complex issues facing York County. By developing initiatives that get at the root causes of these issues, United Way and its partners find solutions and fund programs that improve the lives of one in four people in York County. Through gifts to the Community Fund, United Way is able to invest those dollars into 66 programs supported by 35 Partner Agencies. These programs address human services needs across three Focus Areas: Education, Health, and Financial Stability. This enables United Way to tackle the immediate and continuing needs of York County families and individuals and to create real, lasting change that matters to you and our community.