What is the United Way Small Business Circle?
United Way of Gordon County believes that small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and churches play a critical role in maintaining a thriving local economy, and people want to shop at businesses that support their community. We are pleased to offer an investment opportunity that is good for your business and our community.
The United Way Small Business Circle provides busy entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, and other community leaders an opportunity to make a significant impact on the lives of people in your community - with just one gift. Levels range from $365 ($1/day) to $3,650 ($10/day) so you can choose the package that works best for your business. Or, we can do a custom amount that you decide on even if it doesn’t fit into one of our levels exactly.
The Small Business Circle members support United Way’s mission to improve our local quality of life and to help build healthy communities. Annual investments to the United Way of Gordon County assist us in making a large impact in our four focus areas: Education, Health, Financial Stability, and Basic Needs.
Small Business Circle Spotlight: Tim Mull of Edward Jones
We would like to thank new Small Business Circle member, Tim Mull from Edward Jones. Tim Mull is a local financial advisor at Edward Jones and loves giving back to his community!
You can find his office downtown at 100 Court Street right on the corner next to the Courthouse. Featured in the photo are the Branch Office Administrator, Candace Mason, United Way Executive Director, Jennifer Latour, and Tim Mull of Edward Jones. We are so grateful for Tim not only joining the Small Business Circle but also sponsoring this year's 29th annual Unity Run.
To learn more about Tim Mull, visit his website by clicking here.
Thank you Tim for choosing to LIVE UNITED.
If you want to learn more about the Small Business Circle and/or join, please visit www.gordoncountyunitedway.org/circle today!