United Way’s Giving Communities Help Make the BBQ a Party!
What’s a United Way event without United Way’s awesome giving community donors?
BBQ attendees stopped by the Emerging Leaders 365 and Change Makers tables to learn from giving community committee members about the work that United Way of King County does in the community and how to get involved.
At the giving community tables, BBQ attendees signed up for the Emerging Leaders 365 newsletter–sent twice a month with tons of opportunities to get involved with United Way, spun the prize wheel (with awesome giveaways like candles from Ardour Sisterz Candle Co.), played some cornhole, and wrote letters of support for United Way of King County’s summer HungerCorps team, which helps bridge the hunger gap for families every summer.
And after an awesome day out at the BBQ, over 40 Emerging Leaders 365 and Change Makers joined us at The Hop Garden for a special happy hour to wash down all the delicious food!
Interested in learning more about United Way of King County’s giving communities? Check out the Emerging Leaders 365 and Change Makers pages! There are plenty of ways to get engaged with monthly volunteering projects, networking events, and in-depth learnings from experts on the issues we face as a community (and what United Way is doing to help).