UNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY INC
325 CAMPBELL AVE, ROANOKE, VA 24016 wwww.uwrv.org

Total Revenue
$4,577,653
Total Expenses
$4,360,504
Net Assets
$5,824,589

Organizations Filed Purposes: TO IMPROVE LIVES BY MOBILIZING THE CARING POWER OF PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY. UNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY SERVES PEOPLE IN THE CITIES OF ROANOKE AND SALEM, TOWN OF VINTON, AND THE COUNTIES OF BOTETOURT, CRAIG, ROANOKE, AND FRANKLIN.

4AUNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY IS A UNIQUE ASSET TO OUR COMMUNITY. UW ENGAGES LOCAL BUSINESSES, NONPROFITS AND INDIVIDUALS TO DETERMINE AND PRIORITIZE OUR REGION'S MOST PRESSING NEEDS. A COMMITTED NETWORK OF COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS DETERMINES WHICH PROGRAMS MAKE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE IN ADDRESSING THESE NEEDS. FROM JULY 1, 2018 - JUNE 30, 2019, UNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY INVESTED OVER $1.8 MILLION DOLLARS IN QUALITY PROGRAMS, INITIATIVES, AND SMALL GRANTS THAT MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THE COMMUNITY. $1 MILLION CAME IN THE FORM OF GRANTS SPECIFICALLY AWARDED TO DIRECTLY SUPPORT UNITED WAY'S SIGNATURE INITIATIVES - SMART BEGINNINGS, BANK ON, HEALTHY ROANOKE VALLEY, AND REHOUSING YOUTH FOR SUCCESS IN EDUCATION (RYSE), ADN THE REMAINDER CAME FROM DONATIONS TO THE COMMUNITY IMPACT FUND. ADDITIONALLY, UNITED WAY MADE INVESTMENTS IN THE WORK OF OTHER NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS PROVIDING SERVICES WHICH ADDRESSED KEY PRIORITIES IDENTIFIED IN THE AREAS OF EARLY LEARNERS, SUCCESSFUL YOUTH AND HEALTHY ADULTS USING A NEW FUNDING MODEL THAT BUILDS ON PARTNERSHIPS AMONG SERVICE PROVIDERS TO BETTER ADDRESS CLIENT NEEDS AND BUILD COALITIONS THAT SHARE OUTCOMES TO ATTRACT OTHER FUNDERS. THIS MODEL RESULTS IN SUSTAINED SOCIAL PROGRESS, STREAMLINED ACCESS FOR CLIENTS AND DEEPENED CONNECTIONS AMONG PARTNERS. IN 2018 - 2019 FY, FUNDING WAS AWARDED IN THREE TIERS. TIER 1 WAS FOR THE COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP THAT ADDRESSES FAMILY NEEDS THROUGH THE PATHWAYS COMMUNITY HUB. FAMILIES ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGH COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS WHO THEN WORK ONE ON ONE TO IDENTIFY NEEDS AND ALIGN THE FAMILY WITH SUPPORTS TO MEET THOSE NEEDS. UNITED WAY INVESTED $250,000 IN THE PATHWAYS COMMUNITY HUB PARTNERSHIP. TIER 2 IS FOR SYSTEM INNOVATION COLLABORATIONS THAT ADDRESS COMPLEX SOCIAL ISSUES THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS AMONG THE SERVICE PROVIDER NETWORK. UNITED WAY INVESTED $458,051 IN 3 SYSTEM INNOVATION COLLABORATIONS THAT ADDRESSED EARLY EDUCATION, YOUTH PROGRAMMING, AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. TIER 3 PEOPLE CENTERED INVESTMENTS OF $75,000 FUNDED INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS THAT ADDRESS GAPS IN SERVICES PROVIDED BY TIERS 1 AND 2. IN ADDITION, $30,000 WAS INVESTED IN 4 PROGRAMS IN FRANKLIN COUNTY. THIS MODEL HAS SEEN 1,713 FAMILIES STABILIZED AND CONNECTED TO SUPPORTS THAT LEAD TO SELF-SUFFICIENCY; $417,000 SAVED ON PRESCRIPTION DRUGS THROUGH FAMILYWIZE; 1,518 EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONALS TRAINED TO PROVIDE QUALITY EARLY EDUCATION; 527 YOUTH ENROLLED IN AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS; 7,738 CHILDREN ACCESSED QUALITY LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES; 4,548 ADULTS AND CHILDREN ACCESSED QUALITY MEDICAL, DENTAL AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES; AND, 249 CLIENTS WERE ENROLLED IN HUB SERVICES THAT CREATED 364 REFERRALS TO 75 PARTNER AGENCIES AND DIRECT SERVICE PROVIDERS.

UNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY ALSO PROCESSES DIRECT DESIGNATIONS TO AGENCIES AS A SERVICE TO ITS DONORS. THESE ORGANIZATIONS MUST MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS SO UNITED WAY CAN ACCEPT FUNDS ON THEIR BEHALF. IN THE FALL 2018 CAMPAIGN, A TOTAL OF 401 AGENCIES RECEIVED DESIGNATIONS THROUGH UNITED WAY DONORS AMOUNTING TO JUST OVER $688,681.

UNITED WAY OF ROANOKE VALLEY RELIES ON THE SUPPORT OF HUNDREDS OF VOLUNTEERS WHO LIVE IN THE REGION. IN 2018 - 2019, 598 VOLUNTEERS PARTICIPATED IN A VARIETY OF WAYS TO BRING LASTING CHANGE TO OUR COMMUNITY WHICH INCLUDED BY SERVING ON GOVERNANCE COMMITTEES, ASSISTING IN OUR ANNUAL CAMPAIGN EFFORTS AND REVIEWING APPLICATIONS AND PROGRAMS DURING THE INVESTMENT PROCESS. BECAUSE OF THEIR EFFORTS, OVER $3.8 MILLION WAS SECURED BY UWRV THROUGH THE ANNUAL CAMPAIGN AND GRANT AWARDS THAT WAS REINVESTED IN OUR COMMUNITY.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Afira DevriesPRESIDENT & CEO40$166,029
Terry BridgesVP OF OPERATIONS & FINANCE40$65,570
King TowerBOARD MEMBER1$0
Elda Stanco Downey PhdBOARD MEMBER1$0
Chad SpanglerCHAIR, COMMUNITY IMPACT COMMITTEE1$0
Timothy E SmothersCHAIR, FINANCE AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE1$0
Angela H ReynoldsBOARD MEMBER1$0
Michael K QuinnBOARD MEMBER1$0
Robert D Nave CpcuBOARD MEMBER1$0
Melinda Sue Jordan PayneCHAIR, RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE1$0
Ken E NicelyBOARD MEMBER1$0
Carolyn KiserBOARD MEMBER1$0
Terry JamersonBOARD MEMBER1$0
Cheryl W Hartman PhdBOARD MEMBER1$0
Thomas GatesBOARD MEMBER1$0
Paul DroubayCHAIR-ELECT1$0
Kimberly GaitersBOARD MEMBER1$0
Robert CowellBOARD MEMBER1$0
William Mark ChurchBOARD MEMBER1$0
Gretchen Weinnig BeedleBOARD MEMBER1$0
Kathy Baske YoungBOARD MEMBER1$0
Gregory BrockCHAIR, COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE1$0
Stephanie Harper Md MppBOARD MEMBER1$0
Hans L Carstensen IiiBOARD MEMBER1$0
Kerry J EdmondsBOARD CHAIR1$0
Jeanne S ArmentroutBOARD MEMBER1$0
Susan A Campbell CrspVICE CHAIR1$0

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