After receiving great ideas and input from the planning committee, group members, and others, we will be updating the Emerging Leaders United program name and requirements. Our aim is for the name to more closely align with the group’s interests and for the program to expand in age. Going forward, our group will be called Engaged Leaders. We are also expanding the age limit to 50 years and under (rather than 40 years and under). The donation requirement will remain at a minimum annual gift of $250 or a combined minimum annual gift of $500 with a spouse. We look forward to continuing to build this program and its community engagement opportunities.
We appreciate all of your support and philanthropic involvement as an Engaged Leader!
About the Program
Engaged Leaders United is a program for adults age 50 and under who donate or pledge a minimum annual gift of $250 or a combined minimum annual gift of $500 with their spouse.
Being an Engaged Leader will allow you to discover and expand your philanthropic passions through volunteering, networking and community involvement.
Anyone who qualifies for the Engaged Leaders United program AND checks the box on their pledge form will be invited to participate in these opportunities.
To learn more or to become part of this group, contact United Way at
507-345-4551 or MankatoUW@mankatounitedway.org.
Engaged Leader Opportunities
Volunteer for various community projects with other leaders.
Meet corporate and community leaders as well as other young leaders who will help you grow both professionally and in philanthropy.
Attend the Tocqueville Speaker Series, in which Tocqueville Society Leaders (those who give a personal annual gift of $10,000 or more) share their professional and personal journeys and their perspectives on philanthropy.
Attend the Business of Giving Series, in which regional business leaders invite leaders to learn more about what their company's perspective on giving and what they do to give back to the community.
Stay tuned for upcoming events throughout the year!