Save the date: the donors and supporters of the 2015 United Way Campaign, as well as the media are invited to this year’s Campaign Appreciation Event, hosted by United Way of Monroe County. A press release will be provided at the event at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The Chateau Resort &
Michael Albert, President and CEO, United Way of Monroe County and his staff are hosting a special THANK YOU cocktail hour for all the donors and supporters of the 2015 United Way Campaign. Admission is free. Hors D’oeuvres will be provided along with a cash bar. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org is appreciated, but not required.
According to Michael, “This is a time to celebrate the incredible generosity of this community and all of those who have contributed to the United Way campaign, our 22 non-profit partners, and our programs. We look forward to recognizing and celebrating all of those who have contributed to our campaign this year.”
United Way of Monroe County will be announcing and recognizing the winners of the Clifford R. Gillam Award – recognizing an individual who, by the vote of his or her peers, represents the spirit of outstanding volunteerism to the United Way of Monroe County, the Spirt of Caring Award – recognizing an individual, organization or business that shows extraordinary dedication to Live United by Giving, Advocating and Volunteering, and the Evelyn Frederick Community Service Award – recognizing those individuals, groups, or corporations that have shown outstanding leadership and commitment to the United Way of Monroe County’s mission, above and beyond the annual campaign.
For more information about the United Way of Monroe County or to invest in and support our community service efforts visit www.unitedwaymonroe.org, or call 570-629-5657. To look for volunteer opportunities visit www.volunteermonroe.org and to post a volunteer opportunity, simply click on “Learn what Get Connected can do for you” on the site’s web page.
About the United Way of Monroe County- The United Way of Monroe County provides health and human services through community initiatives and funding to more than 30 local programs. Its targeted need areas include engaging youth, meeting basic needs, helping children succeed and promoting self-sufficiency. “Live United” is part of the United Way’s mission of giving, advocating and volunteering to produce changes in the community and advance the common good.