Melanie Campbell

Melanie Campbell
Melanie Campbell is United Way of Central Iowa's Chief Donor Engagement Officer.

Recent Posts

Tim & Jess McCulloh Honored as 2022 Tocqueville Society Award Recipients

United Way of Central Iowa announced on Thursday, October 6 that Tim and Jess McCulloh were selected as this year’s recipients of the prestigious Tocqueville Society Award.

To be considered for this award, one of United Way’s highest honors, past...

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Uniting Volunteers to Improve Central Iowa

More than 450 volunteers gave their time to 20 local nonprofit organizations on Tuesday, September 13, as part of United Way of Central Iowa’s annual Day of Action, the largest day of volunteer service in the region. 


With help from our corporate...

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Best Charitable Gifts to Make in 2018

With the introduction of tax reform earlier this year, you may be looking at your finances and wondering how you can continue to be charitable. There are many ways you can make a difference at United Way of Central Iowa while enjoying financial...

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How Does Giving to United Way Benefit You?

For starters, your donation to United Way of Central Iowa creates a significant impact on your family, neighbors, and the people you meet every day in your community.

By fighting for the health, education, and financial stability of all central...

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Give where you live on #GivingTuesday

After a long and hopefully fulfilling weekend focused on food, family, and finding the best shopping deals, today is an opportunity to focus on another side of the holiday season.

#GivingTuesday is an international day of online giving established...

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Live Local, Give Local

In a metro that has been named No. 1 in community pride, you are proud to live local.

Maybe you frequent the thriving local restaurant scene or shop at independent boutiques. You buy produce at a farmers market or volunteer at your kids’ school. You...

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5 Reasons You Should Give to United Way of Central Iowa

Central Iowa is our home. All of our successes start here. So do our challenges. By uniting our efforts, we can empower every central Iowan to succeed.

1. You can help central Iowans like Sam.Samanth Fink was pregnant, homeless, and addicted to...

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