This group of volunteers helps to share the many different ways
that United Way can help local employers and individuals
facilitate their philanthropic needs. Additionally, they lead and
promote United Way’s special initiative programs such as Women in
Philanthropy, Emerging Leaders, and Planned Giving.
This committee is responsible for oversight of financial and
administrative matters of the organization—everything from the
annual operating budget to banking relationships to personnel
matters. The Human Resources & Compensation Sub-Committee of
this committee deals with executive compensation and the annual
CEO performance review.
These volunteers work directly with United Way California Capital
Region’s Marketing Department to ensure communication to donors,
future donors, agencies and all other vitally important stake
holders is handled in the best way possible.
Your privacy is very important to United Way California Capital
Region. Any personal data that is collected (i.e. name, address,
e-mail address) is used internally and maintained with
appropriate measures of security. We absolutely respect your
right to privacy when using our Web site. Unless you give us
permission, we do not distribute or release your personal
information to other organizations for any reason. We absolutely
never sell lists of donors to others.