A Night of Champions

By United Way of King County, on December 12, 2023 | In Champions, Events, Helping Students Graduate, News

Last month at the iconic Smith Tower in Downtown Seattle, United Way of King County’s Champion donors gathered to renew their commitment to the community.

United Way Champions are donors who give at least $10,000 as a way of having a lasting impact on our community and leaving a legacy of positive change.

At last month’s Champion’s event, former United Way campaign co-chairs Scott and Patty Meden shared highlights of the year while United Way president and CEO Gordon McHenry, Jr. and Joy Sebe, United Way associate director of education strategies, talked about the organization’s programs that help students at all grade levels access quality education.

Attendees also gift-wrapped books for students in United Way’s early learning programs and learned more about our Bridge to Finish college completion program.

Finally, they heard firsthand about how our Racial Equity Coalition groups foster what they call Love and Liberation for youth in communities.

To learn more about all of United Way’s educational programs, click here, and to find out more about all of our giving communities, click here.


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