Meet United Way Hand-Raiser Susan Roof
Susan Roof supports United Way of the Capital Region because it is “an organization with heart.”
As chair of the charity’s Tocqueville Society events committee, she serves in an important leadership role for a dedicated donor group. Susan is also an allocations panel member, helping determine how collected funds are allocated to community initiatives and organizations.
A United Way donor for 27 years and a volunteer for seven years, Susan has sage and practical advice to help others gain focus on their giving and volunteering efforts. She recommends creating a personal mission statement to help guide you.
Her personal mission statement has greatly shaped her philanthropic efforts, and she is passionate about bettering our community and improving the lives of those in the region.
United Way’s Tocqueville Society was founded more than 25 years ago to deepen the understanding, commitment and support of the organization’s most generous and community-minded contributors.
Does this sound like you? Find out how you can join fellow philanthropic leaders in special initiatives and at exclusive events. Learn more about our Tocqueville Society.