Resource Development

United Way Fox Cities improves lives by bringing diverse people together to build a stronger, more caring community for everyone.

Investing in our community through United Way Fox Cities in the workplace is an easy way to improve lives. Each year, about one of every three Fox Cities' residents are touched by a United Way funded or operated program. Your investment will stay in our community and make a difference for your friends, neighbors and co-workers.

United Way Fox Cities' staff is here to be a resource and make sure you have all the tools and information you need to be successful with your workplace campaign. Use the information provided on these pages and contact us with any questions you might have. 

Meet our Campaign Volunteer Committee  

Becky And Kim

  • Kim Underhill - Kimberly-Clark Corporation          
  • Becky Tuchsherer - Miller Electric Mfg. LLC
  • Stephanie Crowe - Insight Publications
  • Michael W. Curry - McCarty Law LLP
  • Greg DeMain - BMO Harris Bank
  • Chris Englebert - McClone
  • Kathy Fandrey - Fox Communities Credit Union
  • Jason Karls - Menasha Corporation
  • Josh Lambrecht - Bank of Kaukauna
  • Laura Meronk - Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.
  • Nicole Mertes - Weidert Group
  • Andy Poquette - American National Bank

Committee Volunteer Opportunities Available! For more information, please contact:

Andrew Konkel, Resource Development Director

Volunteer Liability/Media Release Form

Resource Development Team

United Way Fox Cities' Resource Development department ensures the immediate and long-term needs of our community and provides the resources to invest in our community to create lasting change.

Josh Kilgas
Vice President Resource Development

Andrew Konkel
Resource Development Director

Meghan Sherwood
Associate Director of Community Engagement

2020 Donors

Thanks to the support of our donors, we are able to directly touch the lives of 1 in every 3 people in our community. Each gift makes a difference and we are grateful. Click below to see 2019 Donors including Leadership and Circle of Caring.

2019 Community Supporters