Marianne Hillegass is a leading example of Baptist Health’s involvement with United Way of Northeast Florida. She currently serves on the board of directors, Community Impact Council and Finance Committee, and she previously served on the Volunteer Accounting Committee and Resource Management Cabinet.
Supporting United Way for more than 25 years as a loyal donor and, most recently, with her legacy commitment, Hillegass demonstrates her dedication and commitment to the community both today and beyond her lifetime.
Hillegass’ strong background in finance and leadership play an important role on the Community Impact Council, which oversees initiatives like Full Service Schools of Jacksonville, making sure each donation has the maximum impact and each program has what it needs to meet goals and make a difference.
“Working with United Way allows me to see where our impact can be the greatest,” Hillegass said. ” I am passionate about giving back and making a difference knowing there are so many needs in our community. Full Service Schools is a proven initiative that does make a difference. By being intentional about the opportunities, we know we can do the greatest good.”
Giving to programs like Full Service Schools makes a difference. On Giving Tuesday Dec. 1, a national day of giving, we hope you join Hillegass in supporting United Way of Northeast Florida. We ask you to consider donating to our Community Impact Fund to help continue to make Northeast Florida a better community for all.