Karen and Bob Croce: "We have always felt that the United Way was the best way to support the community’s needs. It seemed like the right thing to do to provide the funds to the United Way Foundation to sustain our gift in perpetuity.” - Bob Croce Tara and Steve Pinnacoli: “We’re raising our family in Martin County. We want our community to thrive for them and for their future.” Meg Bradley "The reason I began and continue to give to the United Way is that I like the idea of donating my money to United Way's basket of services - especially when I know 100 percent of my donation stays local. My family set the example for me and I'm hoping through the creation of my Charitable Remainder Trust, of which the United Way Foundation is one of the beneficiaries, that I've set a good example for my children." Pat and Bill Lichtenberger: "It is important that those of us who have the means help those less fortunate. The United Way does a good job of finding those people and organizations with the greatest need.” - Bill Lichtenberger Michael and Maralyn Reilly "I have been involved with the United Way for more than 40 years and have seen firsthand the wonderful work the United Way does for the poor and those in need. I have seen the United Way’s ability to stretch a dollar a long way through their many dedicated volunteers and the efficient way they allocate funds to the many agencies they support. Leaving a legacy will help to ensure the future of United Way in good times and bad.” - Michael Reilly Bob and Carol Weissman made a donation to the endowment and a bequest to United Way of Martin County in their will. Our generous Foundation donors have invested to help us continue to solve our community's toughest health and human service problems well into the future.