Together, we can end poverty by helping kids meet important educational milestones so they graduate from high school prepared for success in college and beyond. Thank you for your support! You are making a significant impact in our community and changing lives.
For more information, contact Steve McLaughlin, Senior Director for Individual & Leadership Giving at 916-856-3956.
Did you know?
Sacramento area kids who graduate from college are 62% less likely to live in poverty than those who drop out of high school.
Two-thirds of U.S. 4th graders are not reading at grade level, and more than 4 out of 5 low-income students miss this milestone.
UWCCR currently serves more than 1,500 meals per day in at-risk after-school programs in Sacramento, Placer and Yolo counties.
Great movements are led by amazing individuals, and the Square One Project is no different. To see how you can be a leader in our effort, and the benefits that come with your commitment, click here.
For stock gifts, planned giving or questions about your donation, please contact, Steve McLaughlin
Senior Director for Individual & Leadership Giving at 916-856-3956.
Every movement needs leaders. As we begin our 20-year commitment to the Square One Project, we seek benefactors who will set the tone for others and establish the significance of the need in our community. When you invest $1,000 or more in the work of United Way California Capital Region, you lead by example and ensure that together we have the momentum to reach our goals. Your commitment and generosity serve as motivation and inspiration for donors, volunteers and advocates across our region.
The United Way California Capital Region Step-Up Program is a giving plan that provides you the opportunity to achieve your desired annual gift while enjoying the membership level benefits immediately. In this program, you will incrementally increase your gift value over the course of three years, reaching your goal investment by the third year.
For more information on the Step-up Program and Leadership Giving, please contact Steve McLaughlin at 916-856-3956.