United Way of the Cape Fear Area expresses its profound gratitude for the Board members rolling off who have served at most six-year terms and extends a warm welcome to its newest incoming Board members.
Wilmington, NC. (August 2, 2021): United Way of the Cape Fear Area express their profound gratitude to the following Board Members who are rolling off this year:
• Judy Budd
• April England
• Dr. Charles Hardy
• Shaun Olsen
• Katrina Redmon
Since 1941, United Way of the Cape Fear Area has committed to advancing opportunities, establishing collaborative partnerships, and confronting some of the toughest obstacles that no single organization wants to face alone. United Way was built upon collaboration and still is today. It takes the support, service, and steadfast leadership of its selfless volunteers to be where we are today.
United Way of the Cape Fear Area’s volunteers is a cornerstone of hope and inspiration for our greater Cape Fear region. Without their constant guidance, belief, and vision for this nonprofit organization, UWCFA’s impact would not be the same. It takes all of us to work together, in a United Way, to ensure that the families of our Cape Fear region are cared for and that they have access to reliable resources that help their communities thrive.
United Way of the Cape Fear Area expresses our profound gratitude to our Board members who are rolling off this year, some of who have served United Way of the Cape Fear Area for six-year terms.
The future of the United Way of the Cape Fear Area is built on the support, time, and service of its generous volunteers.
UWCFA is also pleased to welcome its newest Board members:
• George Greenleaf
• Ellaine Leggett
• Judge Quintin McGee
Tommy Taylor, CEO of United Way of the Cape Fear Area
“United Way of the Cape Fear Area has been Here for Cape Fear for 80 years. Many things have changed since 1941. One thing has remained constant: Heroes like Judy Budd, April England, George Greenleaf, Dr. Charles Hardy, Ellaine Leggett, Shaun Olsen, Judge Quintin McGee, and Katrina Redmon continue to step up on behalf of this community. Their hard work and dedication help our community consistently move towards the healthy, safe, and prosperous place for everyone that we all strive to live in.”
United Way of the Cape Fear Area envisions a united community where all people are healthy, safe, and prosperous. UWCFA was built upon unity, care, and compassion, and still is today. Together, we are Here for Cape Fear!
About United Way of the Cape Fear Area: United Way of the Cape Fear Area works with our community to leverages resources to improve the lives of local people. For more information, please visit www.uwcfa.org.