Morgans To Lead United Way Campaign

Morgans To Lead United Way Campaign
Couple Takes On Major Community Service Role

We would like to see the community come together like never before as we strive to increase our donor base,” said Kyle Morgan who, along with his wife, Debbie, are chairing the 2016-2017 Annual Campaign for United Way of Indian River County.

Kyle, a 25 year Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Advisor, has volunteered for United Way over a 10 year period as a Loaned Executive, Citizens Review Panel member, on the Board of Directors, and currently, as Chair of the United Way Foundation.

“We are thrilled that Kyle and Debbie accepted our invitation to lead this year’s campaign. They both have such a heart for others as well as significant fund raising and leadership skills,” said United Way Board Chair, Susan Adams.

Debbie, brings 20 years of marketing and public relations experience working primarily in the fields of healthcare and education, including five years at Master’s Academy of Vero Beach.

“There is tremendous generosity in our community not only from financial support but volunteer support. We want the community to know that while we are working on this annual campaign, we consider it a generational campaign. We know each gift and amount of time donated to volunteer efforts today, will impact individuals and change lives for generations to come,” explained Debbie.

“The Morgans began their work in June and have already worked with staff recruiting teams of volunteers to share the United Way story in businesses, workplaces, government agencies, and neighborhoods,” said CEO, Michael Kint. “Kyle and Debbie are willing to serve and inspiring to other volunteers, we’re fortunate to have them in this community.”

Kyle grew up here and graduated from Vero Beach High School. The Morgans have been married for 22 years, have two daughters, and participate in local church and school activities.

“We want those who have never considered giving to United Way to know that their money is being invested through organizations that are held to the highest standards and there is a system in place to utilize every dollar to benefit those in our community. One day we may all need assistance from one of our partner agencies whether its afterschool care for children or caring for an aging parent,” added Kyle.

The United Way accepts donations year round but the campaign begins on Day of Caring, October 8, 2016, and runs through the 3rd week of March, 2017.

For more information about United Way or to give online, visit the website at United Way of Indian River County invites people to get involved by helping others. Go to to learn about local opportunities for service.

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