United Way of the Piedmont announced Reverend Ginger Shuler as the recipient of this year’s Morgan Award. The award is given annually to a United Way of the Piedmont (UWP) leadership donor who exemplifies the award’s inscription, “One Who Cares.”
Rev. Ginger Shuler is a longtime supporter of United Way of the Piedmont and is passionate about the issues facing families in our community. Ginger served as the chair of the United Way Financial Stability Task Force in 2019 and currently chairs the Economic Mobility Vision Council for Spartanburg County, where she helps guide and facilitate United Way’s Community Investment Process.
As Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church in Spartanburg, Ginger combines her passion for community work and ending childhood poverty with responsiveness to volunteer needs and community education endeavors. Because of her tireless efforts, more families in our community have hope and options.
Thanks to supporters like Ginger and her husband, Beau, United Way of the Piedmont can continue its work to pave the way towards a brighter, more inclusive future where everyone in our community has the opportunity to truly thrive.
Kurt Dallas, Chair of the Tocqueville Society, said “Because of Ginger, more families in our community have hope and more families have the opportunity to thrive.”
About United Way of the Piedmont
United Way of the Piedmont is a local nonprofit that fights for the education, financial stability, and health of every member of our community. Our mission is to connect, engage, and inspire people to transform our community. We are more than fundraisers. We forge unique partnerships, find new solutions to old problems, and mobilize the best resources by inspiring others to join the fight. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to not just survive, but to thrive. Learn more at www.uwpiedmont.org.