THOROFARE, N.J. – The United Way of Gloucester County (UWGC) has selected Cindy Cipriani to lead the organization’s fundraising efforts as the 2019 Campaign Chair.
Cipriani began volunteering with the United Way five years ago and currently serves on the Board of Directors and the Event Committee. She is an author, speaker, and the Founder of Clear Path Institute, which provides life coaching, grief counseling and business sales coaching. She is also the co-owner of Cipriani Remodeling Solutions in Woodbury.
“Cindy is a true advocate for our local United Way,” Michael Gower, Executive Director of the United Way of Gloucester County said. “Her heart is always in the right place, and she gives her time and talent to further our organization’s mission, vision and goals.”
According to a press release from the United Way, Cipriani was introduced to the United Way during a difficult time in her life, and she and her family were trying to move forward and recover after traumatic experiences. They received assistance from the Robins’ Nest Danellie Counseling Center, which was funded by the United Way of Gloucester County at that time.
“Most people don’t know about the impact that the United Way of Gloucester County had on my family years ago,” Cipriani said. “Their support of local agencies silently touches the lives of so many in our community, and I am extremely honored to be a small part of what they do every day.”
Cipriani will be at the United Way’s Annual Campaign Kickoff to welcome event attendees and volunteers. The Kickoff will be held at RiverWinds Community Center on Thursday, August 15 at 5:00 P.M.. This is a free community event where attendees can enjoy food, face painting, mini games and family fun. Employees from local companies and organizations will engage in friendly competition. It marks the official launch of the annual fundraising appeal.
The United Way of Gloucester County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to Building Better Lives by funding impactful programs and initiatives. This local United Way is the leader in building community capacity to foster individual well-being. With a focus on education, financial stability and health, the UWGC supports over 25 programs and initiatives for Gloucester County residents. Visit www.uwgcnj.org for more information.