Diana’s roots in the Boise area run deep. She loves our community, and, when a serious problem arises that affects children, individuals and families, she wants to address it. That’s why she became a Board of Directors member for United Way of Treasure Valley.
“United Way is the catalyst for systemic and meaningful change in our community. When there is a tough, seemingly intractable problem, United Way is first to dive in and tackle it,” Diana said.
Through donations to the Community Fund, United Way funded $50,000 in 2015 to the City of Boise to support its Boise Pre-K Project, providing high-quality preschool education to 60 children in the Vista neighborhood. United Way has also used donations to help support a variety of community-changing initiatives, including the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline.
“Whether it’s the Boise Pre-K Project, the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline, or Housing First to address chronic homelessness, United Way leads the way to affect change,” Diana said.
Diana is proud to support United Way’s goal-driven work in our community.
Simply put, “United Way gets things done,” she said.