”Being a United Way community investment volunteer is a very valuable and important experience because I get to connect with amazing agencies that are making an impact in the Greater Nashua community.”
— Jennifer McCormack, Director, Nashua Public Library
“Through payroll giving, even the smallest of donations can be processed, opening the doors to many who otherwise yearned to give but were unaware of how. This provides all of our employees the opportunity to support multiple worthy non-profits, identified through United Way assessments and prioritizations. The recipients benefit from effective services and every donor can experience the satisfaction of knowing he or she helped improve people’s lives.”
— Kevin Slattery, President, Etchstone Properties, Inc.
“Being a loaned executive to United Way is an eye-opening experience. Although I knew that health and human service needs existed in Greater Nashua, I didn’t really understand the extent of situation until I visited some of the local agencies as a United Way Loaned Executive. I learned how United Way-funded programs at local agencies help address local needs. The Loaned Executive position for me is a very rewarding one because I know that the funds I help raise – especially those directed to the Community Impact Fund — go where the needs are greatest in our area.
Serving as a Loaned Executive also helps me hone my public speaking skills and my knowledge and understanding of the community. Most importantly, however, I know that my work is helping United Way improve people’s lives.”
— Julia Keenan, Community Volunteer from Amherst
“I LIVE UNITED by volunteering in my community and have passed along this legacy of volunteerism to my 2 daughters who do the same.”
— Susan McHugh, United Way Day of Community Events Chairperson