Loyal Contributors are individuals who have given to any United Way for 10 years or more. These 10 years do not have to be consecutive. If you are a Loyal Contributor, please accept our sincere thanks for all you have done for so many people in your community and the communities across the country to help children succeed in school, improve the health of individuals, and promote financial stability.
If you haven’t done so, please let United Way of Olmsted County know YOU are a Loyal Contributor so you can be thanked for your continued support, recognized as a Loyal Contributor on print and at events, and invited to attend events, volunteer and become actively involved with United Way.
To inform us that you are a Loyal Contributor, please let us know by one of the following:
Why Be a Loyal Contributor?
“For me, being a United Way Loyal Contributor means the attitude of caring, sharing and giving. This is a legacy from my parents. They were willing to offer help to those in need, support the church, schools and community projects. When I got my first job there were various options for giving. I liked the concept of combining many agencies in one organization and made my first pledge to United Way. That has continued wherever I have lived and I choose to support United Way as a retiree. I also served on the board of Olmsted County United Way at one time, and I am still committed."
-Lois Jorstad, United Way of Olmsted County Hope Legacy Society
“Being a United Way Loyal Contributor means that the community needs a strong United Way to address the complex issues of our community and world. I contributed all these decades because of the accountability and difference United Way makes.”
-April Sutor, Director of Innovation and Collaboration, Family Service Rochester
“For me, being a United Way Loyal Contributor means being able to support a range of initiatives that I would not have the personal bandwidth to investigate or support individually. It also provides an effective way to contribute back to the community that I live and work in.”
-David Oeth, McGladery, 2015 United Way Campaign Chair