United Way for Southeastern Michigan



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// MISSION

We Live United for universal success and prosperity in southeastern Michigan.


// KEY SERVICES PROVIDED

United Way for Southeastern Michigan works to improve lives and empower every family to succeed by uniting around education, economic prosperity, and health — the cornerstones of a strong, equitable community. By harnessing the resources from its corporate, nonprofit, and public partners, United Way provides immediate assistance to vulnerable populations, while addressing the root causes of the community’s longstanding challenges. United Way believes every child deserves the right start in life. By offering parents and young children opportunities to learn together, providing nutritious meals, and overseeing technical training for high school students, the organization is making sure kids can grow up healthy, strong, and well-educated, prepared for college and a career. To join United Way’s mission, you can give, advocate, and volunteer. Visit UnitedWaySEM.org to learn more.


// LEADERSHIP

TOP EXECUTIVES
Herman Gray, M.D.,
President/CEO
Tanya Heidelberg-Yopp, Chief Operating Officer
Gloria Larkins, Chief Financial Officer
Chris Perry, Chief Marketing and Corporate Development Officer
Doug Ferrick, Vice President, Donor Relations
Susan Murphy, Vice President, Organizational Development and Governance
Eric Davis, Vice President, Strategy and Innovation
Deirdre Young, Vice President, Health and Equity
Tamara Jones, Vice President, Education


// CONTACT INFORMATION

United Way for Southeastern Michigan
660 Woodward Ave., Ste. 300
Detroit, MI 48226
313-226-9200
UnitedWaySEM.org

 

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