United Way Announces New
Income Strategy and Goal
Last month, United Way
announced a strategic shift in how it will invest donor
dollars to achieve the organization’s objectives within its
Income Impact Area. The shift in strategy is intended to
speed positive community change by tactically investing to
make a measurable difference.
The goal: moving 5,000 Summit County
residents from financial dependence to independence.
The strategy marks the first time United Way
has used a clearly-defined, community-based metric to
achieve one of its aims.
Listen to United Way president and CEO, Jim
Mullen, give an overview of United Way's new Income strategy
and goal on the
Jasen Sokol Show on 1590