McGlinchey News Release
Amanda Stout and McGlinchey Honored for Contributions to Capital Area United WayRead Time: 2 mins
McGlinchey is proud to announce that Amanda Stout (Baton Rouge) and the firm have been honored for contributions to the Capital Area United Way (CAUW).
At the organization’s 2022 Annual Meeting, Amanda was honored with the Chairman’s Award for serving as the 2021-2022 Board Chair of CAUW. Additionally, McGlinchey received the Excellence Award, the Corporate Partner of the Year Award, and the Community Builder Award. These were awarded based on company participation rate, average donor gift amount, and leadership donor gift amount. In the 2021 United Way campaign, the McGlinchey team had a 64 percent participation rate and an average employee gift of $683.
“Thanks to the generous gifts of our partners, the 2021 campaign will help the CAUW impact even more lives in the 10-parish community,” Amanda said. “The funds will be used to further the CUAW’s mission to advance the common good through education, income stability, and healthy living.”
As chair of CAUW, Amanda led the board through the organization’s 97th year, overseeing CAUW’s collective impact model to distribute critical funds in the areas of education, healthy living, income stability, and basic needs. Amanda has served on the United Way board of directors since 2012, holding leadership roles including Community Impact Cabinet Chair, Secretary, and Chair-Elect.
“I am proud of Amanda and the entire McGlinchey team for their efforts this year,” said Zelma Murray Frederick, Baton Rouge office managing attorney. “The CAUW does incredible work by supporting hundreds of worthy local organizations. The positive impact of their efforts is felt throughout the community.”
To learn more about the Capital Area United Way and see how you can get involved, visit www.cauw.org.