Leadership Giving - First Capital Club
United Way of York County's success depends on contributors who set high standards of giving. Members of the First Capital Club provide vital support to the annual campaign with gifts of $1,000 - $9,999, including combined household gifts. Contributors to this giving program are recognized annually in the Giving Societies Book.
A Message from the 2018 Leadership Giving Council Chair
Suzanne McConkey, SPHR
Vice President, Human Resources
Glatfelter Insurance Group
United Way of York County's success for building a strong community depends on contributors who set high standards of giving. Through annual leadership gifts of $1,000 or more, First Capital Club members have a profound impact on the lives of others in the community. Leadership givers collectively help thousands of local individuals and families every year.
Your generous support provides an opportunity for a child to succeed in the classroom, for an individual to acquire healthy financial habits, for a senior to live independently and for a family to start fresh in the aftermath of crisis. As a Leadership giver, you can be certain your gifts are invested where they will have the biggest impact.
We welcomed 164 new First Capital Club members in 2017 and an additional 296 returning Leadership givers increased their contribution over the previous year. Your generosity as Leadership givers equates to 49% of the $6,553,842 raised in 2017. Your benevolent leadership is an inspiration to others and a cornerstone of the annual campaign.
On behalf of the Leadership Giving Council, I thank you for standing with us as we work together to build a stronger, caring community.
Leadership Giving Levels
First Capital Club: Gifts of $1,000 - $9,999
|Ambassadors:||$1,000 - $1499|
|Representatives:||$1,500 - $2,499|
|Senators:||$2,500 - $4,999|
|Vice Presidents:||$5,000 - $7,499|
|Presidents:||$7,500 - $9,999|
Tocqueville Society: Gifts of $10,000 or more
Leadership Giving Council 2017-18
For more information about the Leadership Giving Program, please contact Nicole Shaffer, Director of Development & Communications, at 717.771.3811.