United Way Announces Over $1 Million in Grants to 27 Local Nonprofits

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June 24, 2019

United Way Announces Over $1 Million in Grants to 27 Local Nonprofits

The community is invited to a press conference on Tuesday, July 2, at 10 o’clock in the morning at the main campus of United Way of Madison County.  United Way leadership and staff will join to announce partnerships representing more than one million dollars in grant funding with twenty-seven selected health and human service non-profit agencies.

Additionally, United Way leadership and board will announce publicly community-established goals, consensus items from the United Way Community Wide Needs Assessment, and plans for the upcoming campaign.
“We understand that, as a community, we can do more together than any one of us can do alone.  That is why United Way stands as a vital connector, convening donors and volunteers, identifying community needs, and investing dollars in solutions to those needs,” says Clay Vandiver, United Way CEO and President.
Press packets and opportunities for interviews will be available surrounding this important event.

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Since 1943 United Way Madison County has proudly partnered with the community to identify health and human service needs while bringing donors and volunteers together to implement effective strategies and solutions. Throughout its 76-year history United Way Madison County has raised more than 200 million dollars in support of community needs.

Cathy Miller, Community Impact Director
(256) 518-8203