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Thank you for your interest in this position. We are currently hiring a full time temporary campaign associate.
Campaign season will be upon us soon — and with it, a whirlwind of events, socials, and informational meetings. We wanted to share a bit about the important players and moving parts that make it all possible.
The Employee Workplace Campaign gives local businesses and organizations — from mom and pop shops to the largest employers in Buncombe County — the opportunity to fight for the education, health and financial stability of our community by supporting the work of United Way.
UNITED WAY CHAMPION AND ADVOCATE
Ask Julie Smith about community and you’ll see her passion come to life. A self described advocate and Brand Champion of United Way, Julie believes that it’s her personal responsibility to give back; to leave the community a better place for future generations. In fact, Julie believes it’s everyone’s responsibility.
((PICTURED: Beloved former NC 2-1-1 coworker Danica Spencer's son lending a hand at
Fill the Bus, part of the annual School Supply Drive.))
Alleviating Need in Asheville and Buncombe County One Backpack at a Time
“Increase our diversity and equity knowledge to strengthen our behaviors, practices and values.”
This statement is one of the thirteen objectives you will find in our recently approved, three-year strategic plan that will guide our work in 2018-20.
Learning and Taking Action
What our DEI plan will look like in practice is still being developed by both our staff and our board. Among the activities that have already begun or are about to include:
Thank you for committing your support for our community. The information you provide on this form will be sent directly to our staff.