Gottlieb Society members are an integral part of providing thousands of individuals each year with the services they need to improve their lives. Founded in 1986, Gottlieb Society members support Capital Area United Way with an annual gift of $1,000 or more. These donations are leveraged across the most effective, measureable programs addressing issues in education, financial stability and healthy living.
Benefits of Gottlieb Society membership
As a leadership giver, you are entitled to numerous benefits that provide exclusive opportunities to get involved with and make a huge impact in your community.
Recognition in our Annual Report
Invitations to members-only events and all annual events
Opportunities to network and meet with donors who share a like-minded spirit of philanthropy
Access to exclusive volunteer opportunities through Capital Area United Way affinity groups
Gottlieb Society members are recognized for their leadership and commitment at the following levels:
Contributions of $10,000 or above
Contributions of $7,500 to $9,999
Contributions of $4,500 to $7,499
Contributions of $2,500 to $4,499
Contributions of $1,000 to $2,499
Gottlieb Society Members are invited to join one or more Capital Area United Way affinity groups:
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creating a profound and lasting impact on our 10-parish region and on lives of all those who live and work here.
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