Meet United Way Hand-Raiser Sandy Pepinsky
When Sandy Pepinsky and her husband moved to Central PA 43 years ago, they didn’t know anyone and were encouraged by employers and colleagues to get involved in civic and community groups. As a result, they found a meaningful connection to the Capital Region and put down roots here.
Through United Way, the Pepinskys found a way to volunteer their time, resources and skills to give back to the community and support those who need it the most. Sandy has been a United Way donor for decades, a volunteer for more than five years, and a member of United Way’s board of directors for two years.
Sandy has advice for young people considering community service - “just do it” – become involved and the rewards for both you and our community will be great!
Does this challenge apply to you? If so, then United Way of the Capital Region’s Bridges Society is for you! The group connects the next generation of diverse leaders through giving and volunteering.
For more information, visit our Bridges Society web page.