United Way Campaign

United Way Logo

2013-2014 Waco ISD - United Way Campaign

Help here…Help 

Waco ISD is proud to support the United Way of McLennan County. This year, Waco ISD employees will hold an annual fundraising campaign during the month of November. Each campus and department will conduct a separate fundraising campaign to help reach the District’s goal of raising $30,000 for the United Way of McLennan County.

Special thanks to the 2013-2014 Waco ISD/United Way Campus and Department Coordinators who are leading the fundraising campaigns for their respective campuses:

Elementary Schools:
Alta Vista Elementary: Sandra Barnett
Bell’s Hill Elementary: Lisa Edwards
Brook Avenue: Cheryl McIlwain
Cedar Ridge Elementary: Cindy Cates & Nancy Dominguez
Crestview Elementary: Danette McIntyre
Dean Highland Elementary: Linda Horne
Hillcrest PDS: Lisa Cain
J.H. Hines Elementary: Cheryl Burris
Kendrick Elementary: Dina Hoffman & Jennifer Sharp
Lake Air Montessori: Mary Phillips
Mountainview Elementary: Melissa Pritchard
Parkdale Elementary: Pam Cooper
Provident Heights Elementary: Taylor McKinney & Whitney Josephs
South Waco Elementary: Mamie Hall
West Avenue Elementary: Monica Richmond

Secondary Schools:
ATLAS Academy & Tennyson Middle: Josefina Olvera & Kristi Martin
Cesar Chavez Middle: Rosa Ash
GWAMA: Marcus Walker
G.W. Carver Middle: Shirley Young & Qunisha Johnson
Indian Spring Middle: Mary Johnson
Brazos High/Credit Recovery Program: Robin Wilson
University High: Tarl Lloyd, Jr
Waco High: Lisa Saxenian
G.L. Wiley Opportunity Center: Tanya McCloud
McLennan Co. Challenge Academy: Chris Rankin

District Services:
WISD Administration Building: Phillip Morgan
Child Nutrition – Sodexo: Cliff Reece
Maintenance: Harry Harrington
Technology: Jennifer Sykora
WISD Athletics: Jack Stanley
WISD Police: Elizabeth Derosiers & David Williams
Warehouse: Janie Edwards

District Campaign:
David Cartwright, Co-Chair
Mary Senter, Co-Chair
Jennifer Bolton, Assistant

United Way of McLennan County 2013 Agency Allocations

20 reasons

The United Way of McLennan County Allocations Committee provides the vital service of monitoring the distribution of funds to United Ways partner agencies. The committee, comprised of volunteers from the community, meets with representatives from each agency, reviews the amount requested and carefully scrutinizes financial records and programs. This process takes place over several meetings and culminates with recommendations to the United Way Board of Directors regarding the amount of support allotted to each agency for the coming year. As the year progresses, the agencies file reports regarding expenditures and progress made in meeting goals and objectives. Click here to see a current list of the 20 agencies receiving allocations from the United Way of McLennan County. Waco ISD employees who donate $50 or more may designate their funds to any of these agencies.

Want to make a contribution?

If you would like to make a contribution to the Waco ISD-United Way Annual Campaign, or if you are a Waco ISD Employee and have lost your pledge form, please click here.

Top Ten Reasons to Give

There are many reasons to support our local United Way...here are the top 10 reasons why giving to the United Way of McLennan County is a great idea!

Quick Links:

United Way Agency Allocations
Top 10 Reasons to Support the United Way
Waco ISD - United Way Pledge Form

Waco/McLennan County United Way Campaign Video

Click Play to start...

LowerLeftCorner VIEW FULL SCREEN LowerRightCorner