2021-22 Annual Report

United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County held the 76th Annual Meeting on June 16th, 2022.

The purpose of the Annual Meeting is to provide a Report to the Community, recognize Retiring Members of the Board of Directors, Elect the Class of 2025 Board of Directors, and celebrate the Community Achievements from the last year.

Visit the 2022 Annual Meeting Photo Gallery
Retiring Members of the Board of Directors:


Bethany Credeur
Completing 2 three-year terms
Served on Finance and HR Committees
Served as Treasurer for 3 years


Pete Cote
Completing 2 three-year terms
Served on Audit and Building Committees


Lola Robinson
Completing 2 three-year terms
Supported Disaster and Events

Welcome new directors and those
re-elected to serve a second term
  • Jason Conley, ExxonMobil
  • Virginia Hubbard, Chevron Phillips Chemical (retired)
  • Demetrius McCall, Goose Creek CISD
  • Deena Smith, Community Resource Credit Union
  • Crystal Stevenson, Amegy Bank (2nd Term)

Annual Meeting pic

Campaign Cover

2021-2022 Annual Campaign Total: $2,350,058

Campaign Awards & Recognition

Employee workplace campaigns provide critical support to United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County. In fact, the majority of funds raised come directly from individuals who are locally employed and who decide to contribute to a common goal: meeting the needs of our community.
At the 2022 Annual Meeting, United Way GBACC was proud to recognize a few of the companies which conducted employee campaigns this last year – especially to recognize the collaborative effort from the employees as they went above and beyond.

Visit the Annual Campaign page to see the 2021-2022 list of awards. 

Community Impact: Report to the Community

The 2021 Grant Review process distributed $1,940,669 in funding to 19 local partner agencies, across the four focus areas of Education, Financial Stability, Health, and Basic Needs.

Impact numbers




66 projects were completed, including 4 senior or disabled homes, installation of 4 new Little Free Libraries, clean up of 3 Goose Creek Tail center, installation of 4 new outdoor learning enrichment gardens, and much, much more. 26 local agencies participated including 9 new local agencies. Only 8 agencies were Funded Partners from United Way, increasing the United Way reach in the community.

Through a pilot implementation of the Volunteer Connect system to register volunteers, we saw:

514 community volunteer register to serve. 
4 new community partners supplied volunteers.

Volunteers gave 17,015 hours of service, resulting in $478,802* of community investment for one day of service. 
*Investment calculated using $28.14 per volunteer hour, as per the Independent Sector value of volunteer time. 

DoC pic


Moving Forward: Sneak Peek at 2022-2023


Nick Graham
2022-2023 President, Board of Directors


David Lehmann
2022-2023 Days of Caring Committee Lead


Kendall David
2022-2023 Campaign Chair