Are you a young professional looking to get involved in the community? Emerging Leaders Society may be the right fit for you!
Purpose: To make a long lasting impact by engaging emerging community leaders and United Way supporters through volunteerism, education, networking.
Vision: For each member to grow their relationship with the United Way of York County by increasing financial generosity, volunteerism, and civic engagement.
Individuals between the ages of 21-40 who contribute $250 or more to United Way of York County
Interest in community involvement and a desire to make long-lasting, positive change in York County
Access to prominent community leaders
Networking, educational and volunteer events
Leadership development programs
Recognition in United Way of York County publications
CLICK HERE to view the membership criteria flyer.
Holiday Service Project
Together we can make great thing happen! This holiday season, United Way of York County is bringing together the collective power of Women United, the Emerging Leaders Society, and Youth Court Alliance to partner with The Salvation Army on their Angel Tree project. Members are encouraged to purchase gifts for this event and then come together on December 19th and the 20th to wrap gifts. This is a great opportunity for our affinity groups to work side by side with students from our Youth Court Alliance program for an engaging experience. More details about registration and times for December 19th and 20th will be available soon. Please use the links below to purchase gifts from the wish lists:
Thank you to our sponsors:
2017 ELS Steering Committee
o Jason McSherry
o Leigh Ann Wilson
o Andrew Koplitz
o Mary Zeigler
o Robert Innerst
o Bob Kucherich
o Carrie Becker
o Marco Angelone
o Tony Campisi
o Casey Herrmann
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For more information or to join the Emerging Leaders Society, please contact Zach Reynolds at (717) 771-3812.