United Way’s Women United program is a network of philanthropists that recognizes women who are leading the way in making an impact on our community. Women United recognizes and encourages exceptionality in their ability to bring about positive community change.
United Way NCA’s Women United® achieves these goals through designing and leading an annual, signature volunteer event, giving personally, and leveraging their personal and professional networks for the betterment of those in need in our community.
Women United is about women helping women.
Women United members (WU) are community leaders and philanthropists who are focused on empowering and inspiring women to lead community-wide change that ends poverty. Membership consists of caring citizens who contribute $2,500 or more annually to United Way of the National Capital Area. When you make your gift, please indicate that you would like to be included in Women United. After that, we’ll take care of the rest!
Your participation in Women United starts with your investment of $2,500 or more to United Way of the National Capital Area. When you make your gift, please indicate that you would like to be included in Women United. After that, we’ll take care of the rest!
You can make your gift to United Way of the National Capital Area in several ways, including:
1. Through your workplace campaign – Numerous workplaces in the National Capital Area participate in annual United Way workplace campaigns. Ask your payroll department for more information and how to make a donation. This option allows you to donate from each paycheck and spread out your investment.
2. Online – Visit https://unitedwaynca.org/donate to make your gift online and indicate that you’re interested in becoming a Young Philanthropist.
3. Send us your donation – Checks and pledge forms can be mailed to United Way NCA, Attn. Gabrielle Sherb, Department 0751, Washington, DC 20073-0751. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Women United holds events that vary among service and volunteer opportunities, social and networking events, and learning opportunities. Events occur anywhere from one to two times per quarter.