United Way for Greater Austin’s (UWATX) Young Leaders Society is a diverse network of young professionals under the age of 40 who are passionate about helping kids and families overcome economic barriers. Through unique networking events, meaningful volunteering and learning opportunities, members leverage their collective power to connect, serve and grow.
- Be part of a community of like-minded young professionals under 40 dedicated to the idea that together we can create a thriving community for all Austinites.
- Learn more about the critical issues and solutions impacting our community.
- Volunteer with UWATX-vetted programs alongside others looking to create change.
- Network and collaborate with a diverse group of business and community leaders at exclusive events
Young Leaders Society Impact Hour
Please join us for our first Young Leaders Society (YLS)
Impact Hour—a happy hour with purpose! Exclusively for YLS members, we’re excited to begin this series to help you learn about the impact of your support. Join us on Giving Tuesday to get the skinny on our 2-Gen initiative that provides intensive, high-quality services for both children and their parents. Drinks and bites will be provided and please feel free to bring your friends!
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Drinks and bites provided
The W Austin’s Screened Porch*
200 Lavaca Street
Austin, TX 78701
*Don’t worry. It’s air-conditioned!
Valet parking available for $9.00
Great things happen when we come together. Young Leaders Society membership is open to donors giving $250 or more annually to UWATX. To join or learn more, contact Nikki Willison at email@example.com or 512.225.0392.
Hear from a Member
“The United Way is a great way to make a difference in your community while being around some fun, and loving people. Although many think that United Way is this big enitity, and it’s hard to get know everyone involved, the United Way of Greater Austin is definitely a family that works together to make a difference in Austin, and in the surrounding areas.
YLS has definitely helped me meet new young professionals, and also has given me the opportunity to interact with seasoned professionals who care about volunteering their own time and donating through their networks and companies. The dropout prevention work is important because many of the kids involved the program are in the same position my parents were in when they were growing up. Although I was fortunate to have parents who attended college, assisted me in getting through high school and finding the best college, everyone doesn’t have the same access.”
YLS Member Spotlights
Each month, we help you get to know your fellow members with a spotlight in the YLS e-newsletter. Check out archived interviews here!