On April 23rd, 1980 the United Way of Calvert County was established. For forty years United Way of Calvert County has been devoted to engaging the community in making a meaningful difference to improve people’s lives. United Way of Calvert County started as a group of volunteers from Baltimore Gas & Electric, supporting six local human service agencies in our community. Since incorporation, United Way of Calvert County has raised over $14 million dollars and supports over 30 community partner agencies.
On Thursday, April 23rd, the anniversary year will kick off with a special program at the United Way House. All are welcome to attend. Following the kickoff celebration at the United Way house in Prince Frederick, a celebration party will be held on April 25th at the Rod N’ Reel Resort. For more information, visit the website.
Everyone is cordially invited to celebrate United Way of Calvert County’s 40th Anniversary! Rock your Ruby and enjoy an 80’s themed celebration with food, drinks, games, art, live music and more!
Why are we “rocking the ruby?” The ruby signifies 40 years, also representing the burning flame of passion that the United Way of Calvert County has helped to ignite throughout our community with the help of our supporters.
Proceeds from this event will directly benefit United Way of Calvert County’s Community Impact funds, which support programs focused on improving education, financial stability and health.
Visit our website to learn more about this event!: https://www.unitedwaycalvert.org/
Thank you for all your support over the past 40 years!
Sincerely, The United Way of Calvert County Team