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GenNext 2019-01-16T05:05:27+00:00

We are a group of young professionals supporting our community in partnership with the United Way.

Our Values

We envision a thriving community where young professionals and entrepreneurs have the opportunity to grow and give back.

Who We Are

As a division of the United Way, GenNext works to encourage, connect, and educate young professionals and entrepreneurs to give back to their community.
Their Board of Directors is made up of emerging leaders who are passionate about volunteerism and furthering the United Way’s promise. To see the current executive team, click below.
Meet the GenNext Board

What We Do

GenNext past Board Chairs talk about GenNext’s purpose and how they advocate for volunteerism, youth programs and other United Way priorities in our community. GenNext Kelowna fundraisers support the annual Youth Initiative Grants program.

Upcoming GenNext Events

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Grants up to $2,000 available for youth-led projects

January 14th, 2019|0 Comments

GenNext Kelowna Board members proudly present United Way CSO with their annual contribution to  the Youth Initiative Grants. Shown above: Carly Gilmore, Heather McColl, Mercedes Marleau, Nola Lagace, Mitch Larue, and Kayla Caruana. January 15,

Community Youth Led Projects Receive Local Funding

June 7th, 2018|0 Comments

Community Youth Led Projects Receive Local Funding June 7, 2018 – This spring, the Central Okanagan Foundation for Youth (COFFY) and United Way’s GenNext contributed $9,055 to support seven youth led projects based in the

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