Mobilizing caring to affect change.
Creating positive community change.
Strategic Pillars and Goals
Everyone is housed.
Everyone has food.
Everyone has health care.
Everyone is safe.
United Way fights for the education, income, health, and transportation of every person in our community.
We know the work of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is unique to every community around the world. Below is United Way of Jackson County’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement of Principle which outlines our commitment to building a sustainable, inclusive, and resilient organization and community.
DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLE
We take the broadest possible view of diversity as we continue to learn and be inclusive.
We value the visible and invisible qualities that make you who you are.
We welcome that every person brings a unique perspective and experience to advance our mission and progress our fight for the education, income, health, and transportation of every person in our community.
We believe that each United Way partner, donor, volunteer, advocate, employee, and person served must have equal access to solving community problems.
We strive to include diversity, equity, and inclusion practices at the center of our daily work.
We commit to using these practices for our business, our communities, and our relationships. Join us in embracing diversity, equity and inclusion for every person and every family in our community.
Community: We bring together our diverse population to discover and deliver solutions to the challenges which impact the health and well being of all of us.
Compassion: We offer opportunity, encouragement and inspiration within our community to care for one another.
Empowerment: We provide the ability to grow, collaborate and transform for individuals, organizations and communities.
Vision: We help people fulfill their potential and improve lives in our community by informing, advocating, convening and facilitating human services.
Integrity: We are honest and trustworthy providing clarity, consistency and strength in our mission.
Inclusion: United Way of Jackson County believes in inclusion. We promote diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in our committees, councils, Board and staff. We develop leaders who are educated and aware of DEI. We work to ensure our policies and procedures honor DEI.
- Finance committee manages financial and investment policy, hires the independent auditor, serves as uncompensated volunteers, and has three CPA members.
- Board requires staff to be responsible for accuracy, fairness and completeness of financial statements and IRS 990.
- Have established procedures for anonymous report of any financial concerns and ensure that any report is fully investigated.
- Contracts with audit firm for audit and tax preparation.
- Conflict of interest and code of ethics for staff and volunteers.
- Accounting and records retention policies regularly reviewed.360 degree evaluation of executive director.
990s, Financial Statements and Annual Reports
990s, Audited Financial Statements and Annual Reports to the Community for United Way of Jackson County
2011 January to June Report to the Community
segmented because of shift from calendar year to June to July fiscal year.
2019-20 Board of Directors
People’s Bank of Commerce
First Vice President
John L. Scott Real Estate
Second Vice President
Moss Adams LLP
Ruch Outdoor Community School
Teresa McCormick Center
Bennion Orthodontics and LDS Church
Hornecker, Cowling Et al.
People’s Bank of Commerce
Regence BlueCross BlueSheild
David L. Gremmels
First Interstate Bank
Rev. Christina Kukuk
United Church of Christ
Catherine “Cathy” Noah
Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center
Rogue Credit Union
Ashland Tennis & Fitness Club
Rogue Community College SBDC
Located at 60 Hawthorne Street, Medford, Oregon 97504