HOW CHAPTERS WORK
To spread far and wide, you can start your own chapter at your own school or community! The process is simple and rewarding. We will provide the resources, credibility, and experience so you can start your own UNITE! club at your school. This way, you can get more volunteers to join and organize your own drives in your community! For help or questions about this process, email us anytime at email@example.com, DM us on instagram @unitewomaninneed, or use the chat feature on the bottom left of our website!
GRANITE BAY HIGH SCHOOL CHAPTER
Our first chapter, we are a club at Granite Bay High where we have weekly meetings, run donation drives, gather volunteers, and more. We are currently 18 memebers big.
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HIGH SCHOOL CHAPTER
Coming soon, our Donation Distribution Manager is founding a UNITE! club on her high school campus, hosting more drives in the Sacramento area and teaming up with new volunteers.
If you want to start a chapter at your school, become a volunteer, or just have a donation drive in your community, please visit "Join Us" and contact us below. If you want to donate electronically or to our next drive, visit "Support Us/Events". Thank you!
MEET THE TEAM
The Faces of Our Organization
Granite Bay High School Chapter President
Our charity's founder, she oversees the organization of drives, donation drop-offs, Instagram, our website, and established our first chapter at Granite Bay High School.
Donation Distribution Manager
Christian Brothers High School Chapter President
One of our first volunteers, Jolie always provides a creative perspective, giving valuable input on reaching new donors, volunteers, as well as creating beautiful flyers. She started the Christian Brothers High School chapter of UNITE!
Granite Bay High School Chapter VP
Leading our effort to gather more volunteers, Batul is always dependable and never missed a drive. She also is a talented coder who helps with our website and electronic platforms.
Granite Bay High School Chapter Secretary
Yassi's organized spreadsheets and meeting notes keeps our records accurate and precise. She is always pragmatic and assures we have realistic plans as an organization, making our goals attainable.
Granite Bay High School Chapter Treasurer
Our most recent manager, Jack is willing to provide very creative ideas and his very helpful "two-cents". He works hard in and out of meetings to problem solve to get drives, drop-offs, and more working.