Monterey, CA – United Way Monterey County (United Way) will host its 21st Annual Community Breakfast on Wednesday, September 23rd from 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. This free community event will be held via Zoom video conferencing.
The program will address the following topics:
- United Way’s accomplishments from the previous year, including its response to the critical needs created by the pandemic;
- Findings from the Impact Monterey County 2020 assessment report;
- Panel discussion on public health, racial equity, and local economy with a focus on ‘Vision for Recovery’. Subject matter experts include:
o Allen B. Radner, MD, Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine;
o Andrea Manzo, Regional Equity Director, ACTION Council of Monterey County / Building Healthy Communities;
o Kate Roberts, President & CEO, Monterey Bay Economic Partnership.
“Our annual Community Breakfast will highlight United Way’s unifying role in our community as we all work together to recover from the current crises and rebuild a healthy, safe, and a thriving Monterey County focused on equity”, said Katy Castagna, President and CEO, United Way Monterey County.
Dan Green, News Anchor at KSBW Action News 8, will moderate this year’s event. To register, click here or email at RSVP@UnitedWayMCCA.org.
For more information about the event, contact Lynda Patrick, Vice President, Resource Development by email at Lynda.Patrick@UnitedWayMCCA.org or at (831) 372-8026, ext. 112.
About United Way. UWMC fights for the financial stability of families throughout Monterey County with a focus on access to affordable, quality child care and housing. In addition, United Way provides a portfolio of financial support services and connections to help families become self-sufficient. Family financial stability boosts student performance, increases residents’ safety and health outcomes and helps our local economy grow.