United Way of Williamson County convenes people and organizations who bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done. We are advancing the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all.
Here's what involvement with United Way can do for your business.
Studies by the Council on Foundations show that 87% of employees at companies with cause-related programs feel a stronger sense of loyalty to their employers.
What Matters Most
Investments with United Way support 48 programs across the whole community serving youth, elderly, families, disabled and those affected by crises - including your employees and their families.
Team building volunteer projects generate a renewed spirit of citizenship and promote group cohesiveness.
Loyal Influential Partners
United Way partners are local decision-makers and influencers including: government and community stakeholders, business leaders, sports and music celebrities, local volunteers.
A Stronger Community
Our Community Impact work goes beyond our support for agency programs and provides:
- 2-1-1 helpline for accessing area services
- Learning Trails at local parks for families with small children
- Food Pantry established in underserved area
- free tax preparation and assistance for low-income families
- mental health counseling in underserved area
- county-wide volunteer recruitment to assist health & human service agencies
100 for 100 Campaign
United Way of Williamson County has launched this campaign to seek out 100 small local businesses which would donate $100 each to help raise $10,000 toward strengthening our community. The following business leaders and their companies are the first to step up and commit to this effort - thanks!
- Susan Leathers, Brentwood Home Page
- Jamie Dooley, Southgate Children's Academy
- Bruce Sprintz with Sprintz Furniture
- Robert Allbritton with Smoothie King
- Bard Quillman Jr. from Red Dog Wine & Spirits
- Danny Nelms with The Work Institute
- Patrick Morgan from Stogies
- Charity McConnell of Franklin Dermatology Group
If you can support this effort, please contact Sonya Johnson at (615) 771-2312 for more information.