Since 1946, Lubbock Area United Way has raised over 114 million dollars to change lives and advance the common good.
However, Lubbock Area United Way is more than a fundraising vehicle. We work with 23 Community Partners to address needs and remove barriers.
Through the research we do in our Community Status Report, we know that the lack of education leads to a variety of issues that are interconnected. We have developed the Education Matters Initiative to address the root causes of these issues and empower individuals and families to take charge of the quality of their lives.
We also have committees of community volunteers who review the progrms we fund each year to ensure their continued success and effectiveness. If you are interested in serving on a Community Impact committee, please contact Janis Putteet, email@example.com or 747-2711.
2013 Stewardship Review Committee
Eric Balzen (chair), Texas Tech Health Sciences Center
2013 Program Review Committee
David Abercia, Texas Tech University
Chris Mandrell, Citibus
Julie Mandrell, PlainsCapital Bank
Aida Martinez, South Plains Association of Governments
Kevin McConic, United Supermarkets
Jordan McKay, Peoples Bank
Garrett Morgan, Lowell and Company
Grace Myers, Xylem/Goulds Water Technology
Charles Parr, Amarillo National Bank
Esther Pena, Amerigroup
Allyn Piland, PrimeWest Mortgage
Darcy Pollock, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center
Rebecca Ramirez, South Plains Community Action Assoc.
Kathryn Quilliam Reeves
Joe Alan Rose
Katie Salter, Evensky & Katz Wealth Mgmt.
Colleen Sizemore, ARMtech
Matt Stephens, Prosperity Bank
Michael Tatum, Sanford & Tatum Insurance Agency
Peter Warrick, Atmos Energy
Megan White, Lone Star State Bank
Lynette Wilson, Family Guidance and Outreach Center