A new branch of United Way supporters dedicated to championing change and taking action, those about to retire are significant to strengthening our community. The Retiree Giving Club members will get involved with United Way through giving opportunities and volunteering.
Lorrie Wilson is an outstanding person. She is a multitalented individual who is involved in several of United Way’s impact ventures. Lorrie keeps busy as a co-chair of Women in Philanthropy; She is also a community volunteer on the Financial Stability Impact Council; as well as becoming involved is the recently formed Retiree Giving Club. We were very honored to have Lorrie let us get to know her a little better and share with us her experiences with United Way and our affinity groups.
The goal of the Retiree Giving Club is to build a network of retirees focused on volunteering, mentoring and donating their resources to our local community.
As Baby Boomers begin to enter their golden years, many are pursuing opportunities to give back and get involved in their communities. The Retiree Giving Club provides this dynamic group of individuals with opportunities to contribute their time and talents to the community while developing relationships with other like-minded retirees and working to create positive, long-lasting impact on the California Capital region.