An elegant evening of music, food and fun to benefit a local charity, hosted by United Way of the Piedmont YoungLeaders (YL’s) and Spartanburg Young Professionals (SYP). More details to come!!
Women United members are focused on helping other women in our local community, especially households led by single mothers, conquer the cliff.
This is the second topic covered during Women United’s five part series on the cliff effect. Each topic covered can stand independently, however attending as many as possible is the best way to understand the challenges, resources and gaps we face. The series will run from January – May 2020.
This session will focus on racial inequities. Racial inequities exist in our community and negatively impact education, financial stability, and health. Inequities will not disappear on their own, but we have the power to disrupt them. Join us for lunch and learn more about the specifics of racial inequities in Spartanburg County and how we’re addressing the issues. Kara Davis (Metropolitan Studies Institute) will share an overview of the Racial Equity Index and Jessica Holcomb (Spartanburg Housing Authority) and Mitch Kennedy (City of Spartanburg) will participate in a panel discussion.
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Come experience United Way’s work like never before as we celebrate our Annual Meeting in a new exciting way. In addition to our Annual Meeting updates, prepare to walk through exhibits and displays of United Way’s Collective Impact work.
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Come learn about the 10 Basic Responsibilities of a Board Member. This crash course in boardsmanship takes you through the 10 basic responsibilities and we also get interactive with case studies! Good for a new Executive Director to help lead your board and new or seasoned board members. We typically hold this training quarterly.