When

Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM PDT
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Where

ATI Specialty Alloys and Components 
1600 Old Salem Rd NE
Visitors Center
Albany, OR 97321
 

 
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Contact

Chantell 
United Way of Linn County 
541-926-5432 
chantell@unitedwayoflinncounty.org 
 

CALLING ALL UNITED WAY VOLUNTEERS

United Way of Linn County has a great opportunity for you to get to know and serve your local community as a volunteer to review applications for our 2019-2020 funding allocations.

 

What:

Volunteers will review funding requests from various local human service agencies, discuss the impact of the program to the community, the program’s alignment with United Way goals, and ultimately make funding recommendations from dollars raised across Linn County to the United Way Board of Directors.

 

When:

The community allocations process will span three evenings in April.

  • Volunteer Training: April 9th from 4-6pm
    • Volunteers will be trained on the allocations process and learn about expectations of the volunteer role.
    • Volunteers will get access to a secure link for access to the non-profit agency applications to be reviewed before Allocations Night. Volunteers should come prepared for discussion, recommendations, and questions they may have.
  • Allocations Night 1: April 16th from 4-6pm
    • Volunteer will engage in conversations about which programs to fund across Linn County and will have the opportunity to ask questions about specific programs.
  • Allocations Night 2: April 18th from 4-6pm
    • Final recommendations will be drafted by the volunteers to submit to the United Way Board for approval.

Volunteers are encouraged to attend all 3 dates.

 

Where: 

ATI Specialty Alloys and Components

1600 Old Salem Rd NE

Visitors Center

Albany, OR 97321

 

United Way volunteers and staff must be able to make independent decisions on behalf of this organization without potential influence or perceived influence caused by conflict of interest. Conflict of interest is defined as: Any situation in which an individual’s personal or business relationships could conflict, or could give the appearance of conflicting, with the interests of United Way of Linn County or of its member agencies. Along with member agency applications, you will receive a Conflict of Interest Agreement as to disclose any potential conflicts prior to April 9th.