A "Loaned Executive" is a volunteer whose company has carefully selected them to work on the United Way annual campaign and "loans" them to United Way for a period of approximately 6 months from May when they receive their first training through November or when their campaigns are complete. The Loaned Executive works with each company's employee campaign manager to plan and conduct campaigns in companies where campaigns are well established and need to be maintained, as well as selected companies where past performance indicates a potential for significant dollar gains.
Benefits to the Loaned Executive include:
- Networking with businesses throughout the community
- Learning about local non-profit services organizations and the programs they provide to
Concho Valley residents
- Training in how to network, prepare and present campaigns, motivate campaign volunteers, research new accounts, and develop strategies to deliver the United Way message to the Concho Valley
Community Investment Panel
Each non-profit organization that applies to receive United Way funds is assessed annually by volunteers to determine its proven needs, outcomes, impact and efficiency. Panel members participate in one of ten panels that are organized to review program funding requests.
You can influence the way donor dollars are allocated in the Concho Valley.
The commitment involves approximately eight to ten total hours dedicated to reading two program proposals, visiting with each agency to observe the program in action and then working with other committee members to determine whether the programs meet the United Way Standards of Excellence.
Contact the United Way of the Concho Valley Office: