The United Way of Washington County has selected five new nonprofit service programs to share its annual funding.
The United Way of Washington County’s 2018 campaign team officially kicked off this year’s $1.7 million fall fundraising drive Thursday at Rotary Park.
The United Way of Washington County is starting a new campaign season in new offices on North Roan Street.
United Ways leaders from across Northeast Tennessee came together at the Millenium Centre on Thursday to kick off their annual campaigns to collectively raise $7.3 million for nonprofit organizations working improve the health, education and financial stability of the region.
For the first time in more than a decade, the United Way of Washington County is increasing the number of local health and human service organizations that receive its annual support.
The United Way of Washington County introduced a couple of new team leaders at its annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast with the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday and followed up with the presentation of more than $1 million in United Way contributions to local nonprofit service agencies.
Local United Way leaders gathered in the showroom of Wallace Imports’ Johnson City dealership Friday afternoon for a $19,703 check presentation from the 2017 Subaru Share the Love event.
The United Way of Washington County Tennessee announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Kristan Ginnings as President and Chief Executive Officer effective April 2.
The United Way of Washington County has chosen First Citizens Bank Vice President and Tri-Cities Market Executive Kristan Ginnings to serve as the United Way’s next president and chief executive officer.
Exactly one year and one day after announcing Jerome Julian had been selected to fill the United Way president and CEO position vacated by the retirement of Lester Lattany, the United Way board of directors issued a statement Wednesday announcing Julian’s resignation.
The United Way of Washington County has wrapped up its 2017 fundraising campaign with more than $1.73 million raised for 17 local health and human service agencies.
Washington County’s United Way campaign on Thursday announced it has received $1,553,759 in contributions pledged toward the $1.8 million 2017 campaign goal.
A $256,870 contribution from Citi of Gray has helped push the Washington County United Way fall fundraising campaign to more than $1 million and just over 58 percent of its $1.8 million goal.
With the 2017 campaign underway for United Way of Washington County Tennessee, events are taking place in the area that members of the community can get involved in, or have already participated in.
Two months into its fall fundraising campaign, the United Way of Washington County has raised $451,197 or just over 25 percent of its $1.8 million goal.