United Way


Our Mission:

To improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community.

Our Vision:

To build a stronger Queen Anne's County by empowering our community to improve people's lives.

The United Way of Queen Anne's County was established in 1990 in response to public requests for an agency to coordinate community service organizations. Annual fundraising campaigns have resulted in more than $2 M being raised and distributed over the years.

Donor Privacy Policy:

We will not sell, share or trade donors’ names or personal information with third-party advertisers, and will not send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations. All personal information volunteered by donors as part of the donation process is for use by authorized employees, contractors, board members, advisors and volunteers for purposes related to the United Way of Queen Anne’s County, which may include processing donations, expressing appreciation and providing receipts, record keeping, reporting as required by law, internal analytic purposes, further contact with donors for additional fundraising, and donor recognition in United Way’s publicly displayed materials.


About United Way of QAC

United Way of Queen Anne’s County strives to advance the common good for all people through our work in education, income stability and health. Fundamental to this mission is our commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion for everyone.

Why United Way of QAC

You love it here, and so do we. In truly great communities, people support each other, take care of each other and invest in resources the community needs. That’s exactly what United Way of Quenn Anne's County does every day.

Why Donate?

Your money stays in your own backyard! The money you donate to United Way supports local programs and agencies. Dollars raised in your community, stay in your community to help build a better place for us all to live, work, and raise our families.

Upcoming Events & Important News
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Board of Directors
Kerry Nagle – President

Kerry Nagle has been a lifelong resident of the Eastern Shore, living in Queen Anne’s County for over 20 years. She currently resides in Church Hill with her husband, Ralph and their 2 children, Kendall and Conlan. With 2 decades of banking experience, Kerry is currently a Branch Manager with Shore United Bank in their Stevensville location, She actively volunteers in local schools with Junior Achievement and has served as a past Board Member of the Kent County Chamber of Commerce.

Kelly Huber – Vice President

Kelly Huber is a Character Counts! Coach Specialist with the county. Before becoming a coach specialist, she was very involved with the school system for seven years as a volunteer. Kelly and her family have been in Grasonville for 13 years. Her giving heart towards children is a perfect fit for the United Way of Queen Anne’s County as 53% of this year’s allocations are going towards children’s programs.

Scott Surguy – Treasurer

Scott is a Director of Sales and Marketing for SCD Information Technology based in Columbia MD. He has a history of giving back to his community through his volunteer work with animal Welfare League of Queen Anne’s County. Scott hails from Wisconsin and spent his college years in Colorado. He had been a resident of Maryland for over 15 years with the past 10 on the Eastern Shore.

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