Be United Bash brings together Chicago-area young professionals for an exclusive happy hour event with a DJ, heavy appetizers, and drinks—all to raise funds to support United Way’s Neighborhood Network Initiative.

Join Young Leaders United on Thursday, February 9 at Molson Coors Taproom for the inaugural Be United Bash as we celebrate United Way’s commitment to community and come together to help create a more equitable Chicago region where all our neighbors can thrive.

Ticket Pricing

Tickets go on sale Monday, December 12, 2022

Early Bird Tickets
Until February 2, 2023
— $50 —

General Tickets
Starting February 3, 2023
— $60 —

Thank you to our generous sponsors who make this event possible.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please download and complete the event sponsorship form.

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Support Be United Bash

To become an event sponsor, please reference the event sponsorship form.
To sponsor/support by credit card, please complete the donation form below.
For more ways to make a contribution, click here.
Thank you for your support.

To donate by stock, wire transfer, or other assets, please email or call 312.906.2238

To pay by check, please note “Be United Bash 2023” on the check and make checks payable to United Way of Metropolitan Chicago. Please mail by US Postal Service to United Way of Metro Chicago | 231196 Momentum Place | Chicago, IL 60689

If shipping by UPS, FedEx, or messenger service, please send to United Way of Metro Chicago | Fifth Third Wholesale Lockbox | Lockbox #231196 | 4900 W 95th Street | Oak Lawn, IL 60453

Event Details

Thursday, February 9, 2023

4:30 – 7:00pm
Molson Coors Taproom
250 S. Wacker Dr., Chicago

Tickets go on sale 12.12.22
Email YLU to be notified when tickets go on sale.

Questions? Please contact Young Leaders United.

About Young Leaders United

United Way of Metro Chicago’s Young Leaders United (YLU) is a group of caring and committed young professionals on a mission to encourage philanthropy and volunteerism among their peers to make a lasting difference for individuals, families, and entire neighborhoods by supporting United Way’s work in communities. YLU members are typically under 40 years old and engage in volunteer service projects, networking conversations, fundraising, and social events across the region to increase awareness of United Way’s community-based work and provide opportunities for young professionals to make a meaningful, positive impact.

Interested in learning more? Visit the Young Leaders United page.

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