Print Friendly

Loaned Professional Program

Each year, United Way of the CSRA calls on its corporate partners to lend their best and brightest employees to assist United Way staff and volunteers in the development and implementation of workplace campaigns.  Specifically, Loaned Professionals lend their expertise and energy to help United Way expand their efforts, reach new markets and broaden the base of community giving.  In doing so, Loaned Professionals help improve the quality of life for all throughout the CSRA.
Because Loaned Professionals are critical to the success of our campaign, we hope you will consider providing an employee to work with United Way of the CSRA for 12 weeks beginning in mid-August and running through early  November.  United Way strives to make this a win/win/win opportunity.

Benefits to Your Company:

  • Boosts company visibility and strengthens external relations with other organizations through Loaned Professionals’ contacts and working relationships.
  • Offers opportunity to impact the quality of life in the community where your company conducts business.
  • Provides multi-media recognition opportunities.

Benefits to the Employee:

  • Increases confidence and leadership ability.
  • Enhances communication, creative thinking, problem solving, negotiation, project management and team building skills.
  • Deepens insight into community needs and resources.

Benefits to United Way of the CSRA:

  • Maximizes volunteer efforts while minimizing fundraising expenses.
  • Heightens awareness of the variety of critical community needs.
  • Generates civic leaders for United Way and its community partners.
Please consider providing an associate for a 13 week period or providing sponsorship dollars allowing United Way to hire an employee.  Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Rina Powell at (706) 724-5544 or

Thank You to our 2016 Loaned Professionals and Sponsors:

Larry Laughlin, Sponsored

Rita Stubblefield, Sponsored

Richard Hillman, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions

Jaime Hill, Southern Nuclear Plant Vogtle