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We are excited to share our 2017-2018 Campaign video!
Video created by Comporium Media Services
Meet Brett!

Brett joins the United Way of York County as Director of Resource Development.  He spent the past five years in the public sector with the Naperville Park District in Naperville, IL as their Partner Relations Manager and the Naperville Parks Foundation liaison.  Brett also spent nearly a decade in minor league sports carrying the titles of General Manager and VP of Corporate Partnerships. 

With a background in community partnerships and corporate development, Brett is excited to engage the community, form collaborative partnerships and build lasting relationships.  His focus will involve the planning and implementation of annual charitable campaigns and engaging corporate partners.
Brett is originally from Dekalb, IL and is a graduate of Northern Illinois University.  He is the proud father of three boys and a Chicago sports fan- Go Cubs!  After living and working in Illinois, Texas and Asheville, NC, Brett and his wife Stacy are excited to return to the Carolinas. 
Wells Fargo presents _20_000 check
UWYC host luncheon for partner companies

United Way of York County hosted its Annual Luncheon for our Partner Companies at the City of Rock Hill Operations Center on August 22, 2017.  Over 30 companies in York County attended to show support for the upcoming community campaign and to receive information regarding United Way of York County's Collective Impact Plan.

A gift of $20,000 was announced from Wells Fargo to support the United Ways upcoming effort in providing long-term solutions to complex issues in York County.  "The challenges that we face as a community are significant.  At United Way, we are focused on impacting the health, education, financial stability, and basic needs of our York County residents.  Our partnership with Wells Fargo demonstrates their commitment to engage in meaningful change.  Continue reading
Domtar Fort Mill enjoys a day with Palmetto School Students

A group of Domtar interns and employees recently spent their day at the Palmetto School at the Children's Attention Home, where they read with the children, helped them with various art projects, and played some basketball.
The Palmetto School, in partnership with the Children's Attention Home, provides a safe educational experience for abused, neglected, abandoned or homeless children. Many of these children are absent in traditional schools because of injury, illness or lack of parental support.  They often arrive at the Palmetto School significantly below grade level in all academic areas and are able to catch up with help from the school, which focuses on the needs of each individual child.
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