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Leadership Giving

As a United Way leadership contributor, you not only help shape the future of our community, you set a powerful example that others follow. Individuals participating at a leadership giving level are leaders in philanthropy whose wholehearted generosity supports the health and human services needs of residents in Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County. You are the foundations of our United Way campaign. True leaders come from all walks of life. They can be plumbers, teachers, homemakers, or executives. What unifies these diverse leaders is their common commitment to lead by example through gifts of financial resources, time or talent.  If you have not yet joined one of our leadership giving programs, we encourage you to do so today.

Alexis de Tocqueville Society

  • Alexis de Tocqueville: French statesman and political philosopher became known for his book, Democracy in America, written after a visit in 1831 to the United States.

Catalyst

  • United Way of Baytown Area’s highest giving level for local community support and leadership. 
  • catalyst: an agent that induce/accelerates a chemical reaction.

Cornerstone

  • For those who aspire to make an impact through community giving and leadership.
  • cornerstone: the most basic element; the foundation or basis

Patriot

  • To demonstrate keen awareness and support for the many way United Way strengthens the community.
  • patriot: one who loves his/her country and zealously supports its interests.  

For Non-Profits 

Funding Opportunities and Resources

About United Way Funding

We support agencies and programs that focus on building a stronger community for us all, particularly in our four focus areas of education, financial stability, and health, while addressing basic needs.

United Way of Greater Baytown and Chambers County remains a leader in tackling complex issues in our community, bringing together hundreds of community partners to help solve them. We provide resources and funding to nonprofits whose strategies align with ours and invite 501(c)3 organizations that are outstanding in our funding areas to consider applying for grants through our funding opportunities.