Thousands of generous and caring individuals partner with the United Way of Norman to change lives and help bring vital service to individuals and families in our community.
As a leadership giver, you can combine public purpose with private giving to make strategic investments in our community's whole range of health and human service issues. Because United Way of Norman only funds programs with proven methods that match our community's needs, you can be assured that your investment is making a difference.
Your leadership contribution can be combined with a household member, given as a one-time gift, or through payroll deduction. If you want to become a leadership donor, you can contact the office or donate online or mail a check. Every dollar counts and makes a difference.
Individual Leadership Levels
Alexis de Tocqueville Society
Donors who give an annual gift of $10,000 or more are United Way of Norman's Alexis de Tocqueville Society members.
United Way of Norman Tocqueville Society Members
Donors who give an annual gift of $5,000 - $9,999 are United Way of Norman's Visionary Society members.
United Way of Norman Visionary Society Members
Donors who give an annual gift of $2,500 - $4,999 are United Way of Norman's Legacy Society members.
United Way of Norman Legacy Society Members
Donors who give an annual gift of $500 - $2,499 are United Way of Norman's Leader Society members.
United Way of Norman Leadership Society Members
Young Leaders Society
Donors who give an annual gift of $250 or more and are under the age of 40 are members of United Way of Norman's Young Leaders Society.
United Way of Norman Young Leaders Society Members
Donors who give an annual gift of 10% more than the year before, at any level, are members of the 110% Club.
United Way of Norman 110% Club Members
Corporate Giving Leaders
United Way of Norman also recognizes companies that donate $500+ during the annual campaign, either as a corporate gift or through matching their employees' donations.
For more information on Leadership Giving, contact Kathy Holder