Meet Kristina.

We are incredibly excited to announce Kristina Booth has been named the Winter 2018 United Way of Brazoria County Volunteer of the Quarter for her ongoing work with the Brazoria County Long Term Recovery Committee (BCL-TRC).

Kristina began her interest in volunteering and community activism when she first joined her employer, TDECU, and took advantage of their volunteer paid-time program. The small investment of 2 hours each month quickly launched Kristina into a new kind of lifestyle. “It’s a weird hobby,” jokes Kristina.

Her interest in volunteerism that began with the Take-A-Kid Fishing tournament and producing a benefit has evolved over the 10 years she has been with TDECU. Kristina now administrates the online Facebook forum, Brazoria County Community Updates, and she is the Chairperson of the BCLTRC’s Unmet Needs Committee.

You can find Kristina at the UWBC office on a weekly basis, reviewing the needs of Brazoria County residents who have been devastated by the effects of Harvey. Since the hurricane, Kristina has put more than 50 hours of work into the BCL-TRC, and she seems nowhere near ready for a rest.

Thank you, Kristina, for everything you have done for UWBC, the BCL-TRC, and our community!!

It is our honor to recognize you for all you do. #LIVEUNITED

Volunteers are the backbone of the United Way organization. 

If you are interested in volunteering with United Way of Brazoria County and our partners, visit our VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES HUB.

You are also welcome to contact Andrea Raiff, UWBC Communications Manager, araiff@uwbc.org, or to call our office at 979.849.9402