Purpose: To unite women and demonstrate their power to effect positive change as philanthropists, role models, mentors, and leaders.
Local Vision: To build a stronger community by promoting literacy and lifelong learning.
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 (listed below) are invited to join this group of women.
- 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.
Interviews With Inspiring Women: Elaine Bonneau
Join us in February for Interviews With Inspiring Women featuring Elaine Bonneau! Admission is free.
Elaine Bonneau is an accomplished marketing and communications professional with 25 years of experience building and implementing comprehensive communication strategies. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Elaine moved to the area to attend college and started her career in marketing at an ad agency in downtown Baltimore.
She started a marketing/business development consultancy working with both national and local companies, government agencies and nonprofit organizations. This consultancy grew into what is now Bonneau & Associates.
We encourage everyone who attends to donate a book for United Way of York County's #yorkreads program.
Interviews with Inspiring Women
Lifelong Learning Event
Help us support #yorkreads initiatives in York County!
Women United strives to build a stronger community by promoting literacy and lifelong learning. We currently support two Little Free Libraries, at the Bob Hoffman Branch of the YMCA of York and York County in Dover, and at Golden Connections Community Center in Red Lion. The libraries are just one of United Way of York County's #yorkreads initiatives, which offer additional outlets to distribute age-appropriate books to children and families who may not otherwise have access, and to encoruage reading in the home.
In honor of Read Across America Women United held a weeklong book drive March 1-7, 2021, to benefit our Little Free Libraries and United Way of York County's #yorkreads initiatives. Thanks to drop-off sites at United Way of York County, Print-O-Stat, First Capital Federal Credit Union, Brown's Orchards, and CGA Law Firm, our community donated 2,326 books for all ages! Thank you!!
Still want to support these efforts? Check out the #yorkreads Wish List and make a purchase through Amazon.
2022 Women United Steering Committee
Kim Brenner-Zirkle, York Academy Regional Charter School, Chair
Elle Hale, Century 21 Core Partners, Vice Chair
Sonja Comegna, CGA Law Firm
Deb Goodling-Kime, Turning Point Counseling & Advocacy Center
Linda Gorter, Big Brothers Big Sisters of York & Adams Counties
Erica Kahl, WellSpan Health
Mindi Funk, Univest
Tracy Miller, UPMC Memorial
Emily Mink, York Traditions Bank
Jenn Sieradzan, Glatfelter Ministry Care
Tammy Winters, RKL LLP
Thank you to our 2022 Series Sponsor:
Thank you to our 2022 Supporting Sponsors: