Bramwell Named 2019 Campaign Chair

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Greg Bramwell, Relationship Manager in the Central Indiana Region for STAR Financial Bank, will serve as Campaign Chair for the 2019 United Way campaign in Madison County.

Bramwell, a dedicated supporter and advocate for United Way, has served on its Board of Directors since 2016.  Prior to joining the board, Greg served as a campaign volunteer on the Corporate Gifts team for several years. Since joining the board, he has lead various campaign teams each year. He serves as the Chair of United Way’s Strategic Fundraising committee and is a member of the organization’s Governance committee. Bramwell was also the recipient of United Way’s Community Builder award in 2017.

“Greg is deeply committed to this community and he is a true ambassador for United Way. He leads by example and has a passion for challenging individuals and businesses to give back locally to benefit others and the entire community through United Way,” said Nancy Vaughan, president of United Way of Madison County. “One of his greatest strengths is building new relationships and that is key to his leadership of our campaign this year.”

In addition to the campaign’s overall financial goal, this year’s campaign will focus on building new relationships that benefit not only United Way but also local businesses and their employees.

 “There are so many resources available through United Way that can help individuals throughout our community to thrive. The more support I can help raise, the more relationships I can help build, the more my community and the individuals in it can thrive,” shared Bramwell.  “I’m excited for the year ahead and what we can accomplish.”

Greg is active in the Madison County community. In addition to serving of United Way’s Board of Directors, he is a board member of the Anderson Rotary Club and Central Indiana Community Action Program. He also volunteers for Alternatives, Inc.

He graduated for Indiana State University with a bachelor’s degree In Marketing. He is also a graduate of the Madison County Leadership Academy.

Bramwell will lead the organization’s campaign with the support of United Way’s volunteer campaign cabinet lead by team leaders: Trent Dowling, Scott Mellinger, Brian Moore, Beatrice Ramey, Beth Tharp, Nick Theohares, Tyrone Thomas, and Kelly Hawes. Individuals interested in volunteering on this year’s campaign can contact Kim Williams at United Way at 765-608-3064.

The 2019 United Way campaign will officially begin in August. At that time, United Way will announce its goal for this year’s campaign. Last year’s campaign raised $751,000 to support local effort to help families become financially stable.

 

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