A volunteer is a person who is a light to others, doing well and willingly the tasks at hand, being aware of another’s needs – and doing something about it. –Author Unknown
Chair/Treasurer: Chris Snyder, Amentum; Jim Duff; Bonnie Dickerson; Jennifer Andrew, Security Service Federal Credit Union; Elizabeth Rogge, PB&T;
The finance committee is charged with fiscal responsibilities for the organization, the committee meets monthly to ensure that all the financial records of the organization are in order. Meets 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Community Investments Community & El Pomar Community Problem Solving
Chair: Reid Weber, New York Life; Toni Montoya, TR Toppers; Michele Wolfe, Kaiser Permanente; Mallery Hammer, HomeSmart Preferred Realty; Simon Tearpak, Unite Us; Robbie Boyer III, Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
The Community Investments Committee is charged with oversight and monitoring funds distributed by the United Way to funded programs. The El Pomar Foundation Community Problem Solving Fund is also distributed and monitored to ensure funds are carefully invested in programs that meet needs that would not be funded otherwise. The committee meets monthly and more often as needed in May to review each agency’s funding request. Their funding recommendations are then given to the United Way board for approval. Meets 2nd Tuesday of every month or as needed.
This committee has one of the most difficult challenges charged to any committee – to develop, implement, and conduct the annual campaign. This requires developing new strategies, marketing ideas, and long range planning. Meets as needed.
This committee has the challenge of developing and implementing a marketing plan that will allow the campaign and United Way to reach its full potential.
This committee is charged with identifying candidates from among the Membership–at–Large to serve on the Board of Trustees and volunteer committees.
Interested in volunteering to serve on one of these rewarding committees?
Contact Shanna at 719-225-8580