United Way of Loudon County is a local 501(c)3 nonprofit that works to improve the health, education, and financial stability of every person in our community.
Uniting people and resources in building a stronger, healthier community.
We envision a community where all people achieve their full human potential through education, stability, and health & well-being.
2021-2022 Board of Directors
Board Chair – Cheri Parrish, Loudon County Schools
Evan Bishop, Tate & Lyle
Tom Bostic, Community Volunteer
Andy Ewing, Community Volunteer
Susan Fox, Lenoir County Schools
Mary Harding, Community Volunteer
Sally Hester, Community Volunteer
Chelsea Henrikson, Kimberly-Clark
Dick Kolasheski, Community Volunteer
Kevin Mairose, Tate & Lyle
Arial Ruble, Tate & Lyle
Leon Shields, LCUB
Martha Westbury, Kimberly-Clark
Sarah Wilkerson, Lenoir City Boys & Girls Club
Executive Advisory Committee
Ruth McQueen, Community Volunteer
Ed Donley, Community Volunteer
Darcy Welch, Executive Director
How Our Community Views Us
UWLC is a not-for-profit organization exempt from income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and provides supporting services and other assistance to public and private agencies and community organizations to meet the human service needs of the general public of Loudon County.
UWLC is governed by a local board of directors and operates under charitable solicitation permits issued by the State of Tennessee.
UWLC pays annual dues of 1% to United Way Worldwide and .15 to United Ways of Tennessee.
UWLC deducts 12% of the total amount pledged to UWLC to cover fundraising and administration costs. This amount is paid to the United Way of Greater Knoxville, the administrative and support services provider for UWLC.