Legacy Leaders

Legacy Leaders are individuals or couples who commit to a planned gift through their wills or estate plans.

Michelle
 Staes
Senior Director​ Planned and Leadership Giving

Making a planned gift to United Way is simple, rewarding, and incredibly impactful.

Your legacy gift will support United Way far into the future and help improve lives and community conditions for generations to come. Legacy Leaders partner with United Way to enable long-term community change through the endowment. They help shape the future and solve problems we cannot imagine today. 

Benefits that add up to more

Legacy Leaders enjoy several benefits for making the pledge of a planned gift.

Legacy Leader: Conchita Robinson

“To continue to support the organization to which I’ve given my time, talents and treasures throughout my career seemed a logical step.”

Latest news and events

Brad Currey's legacy continues to inspire us and change lives in Greater Atlanta.

Our Impact Networks

Engagement Groups

African-American Partnership members give $1000 annually and are committed to uplifting African-American boys and young men in the metro Atlanta area.
LINC members give $250 annually and are under the age of 30.
Women United mobilizes women of diverse backgrounds and is open to those who give $1000 annually.
LINC members give $250 annually and are under the age of 30, and YPL members give $500 annually and are under the

Donor Recognition Societies

Tocqueville Society and Ivan Allen donors give $10,000 and $25,000 annually, respectfully.
Legacy Leaders are individuals or couples who commit to a planned gift through their wills or estate plans.
Cole Society members give $1,000 annually. This includes access to Women United and African-American Partnership.​

Board Service

United Way VIP is a nationally recognized board governance training program.

Thank you for your interest in Legacy Leaders.