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Pillars Club

Pillars Club Membership

Membership in the Pillars Club recognizes the generosity of community leaders making substantial contributions to the United Way. Membership includes: a special recognition event for members, and an individual and organizational participation roster updated annually. 

We invite you to join us, and LIVE UNITED, right here in the heart of Washington County by becoming a member of our Pillars Club. 

Pillar Defined

Pillar (pil'-er) n. - a support: one who occupies a central or responsible position. 

Every community has its pillars. These individuals, through their generous donations of time, talent and financial resources, provide a framework of strength to create a stable foundation for today and a hopeful future for each person in our community. 

Purpose

The purpose of the United Way of Washington County East Pillars Club is to encourage and recognize philanthropy in Washington County. Donations from Pillars members are used to create real change in real lives. United Way focuses on community priorities, local needs and long term solutions in four focus areas - youth, health, basic needs, and self-sufficiency. We appreciate the Pillars' commitment and support. Our local United Way remains committed to creating opportunity, and keeping our community strong. 

 

 

 

How to Get Involved

 

Membership in the Pillars Club recognizes the generosity of community leaders making substantial contributions to United Way. Membership includes: a special recognition event for the members, lapel pins, and an individual and organizational participation roster updated annually. To get involved with the Pillars Club, contact Lois Raboin at (651) 439-3838 ext. 1 or by email lois@uwwce.org
Pillars Club Levels of Commitment
  • Alexis de Tocqueville - $10,000+
  • Gold - $5,000 - $9,999
  • Silver - $2,500 - $4,999
  • Bronze - $1,000 - $2,499