United Way halfway to goal


The United Way of Logan County campaign reached its midpoint the week of Oct. 11 and, while on schedule at 53.8 percent of goal, needs a strong second half to come out on top. To date, volunteers have collected $388,673 in pledges toward the $720,000 fundraising goal to help meet the social service needs of the community. The need is great, as Funded Agency requests for 2016 are 29 percent higher than what was allocated last year. Would-be donors can give via their workplace campaign or online at www.uwlogan.org. Money raised by United Way stays in Logan County and goes to more than 20 Funded Agencies in the areas of education, income and health. United Way has raised more than $19 million in and for Logan County since it was founded in 1954. Studies show that one in three Logan County residents is impacted by a United Way funded program. From left are Campaign Cabinet members Kim Collum, Colton Lowry, Kyle Springs, Josh Stolly and Campaign Co-Chairs Nita and Chad Wilkinson.

The United Way of Logan County campaign reached its midpoint the week of Oct. 11 and, while on schedule at 53.8 percent of goal, needs a strong second half to come out on top. To date, volunteers have collected $388,673 in pledges toward the $720,000 fundraising goal to help meet the social service needs of the community. The need is great, as Funded Agency requests for 2016 are 29 percent higher than what was allocated last year. Would-be donors can give via their workplace campaign or online at www.uwlogan.org. Money raised by United Way stays in Logan County and goes to more than 20 Funded Agencies in the areas of education, income and health. United Way has raised more than $19 million in and for Logan County since it was founded in 1954. Studies show that one in three Logan County residents is impacted by a United Way funded program. From left are Campaign Cabinet members Kim Collum, Colton Lowry, Kyle Springs, Josh Stolly and Campaign Co-Chairs Nita and Chad Wilkinson.


The United Way of Logan County campaign reached its midpoint the week of Oct. 11 and, while on schedule at 53.8 percent of goal, needs a strong second half to come out on top. To date, volunteers have collected $388,673 in pledges toward the $720,000 fundraising goal to help meet the social service needs of the community. The need is great, as Funded Agency requests for 2016 are 29 percent higher than what was allocated last year. Would-be donors can give via their workplace campaign or online at www.uwlogan.org. Money raised by United Way stays in Logan County and goes to more than 20 Funded Agencies in the areas of education, income and health. United Way has raised more than $19 million in and for Logan County since it was founded in 1954. Studies show that one in three Logan County residents is impacted by a United Way funded program. From left are Campaign Cabinet members Kim Collum, Colton Lowry, Kyle Springs, Josh Stolly and Campaign Co-Chairs Nita and Chad Wilkinson.

The United Way of Logan County campaign reached its midpoint the week of Oct. 11 and, while on schedule at 53.8 percent of goal, needs a strong second half to come out on top. To date, volunteers have collected $388,673 in pledges toward the $720,000 fundraising goal to help meet the social service needs of the community. The need is great, as Funded Agency requests for 2016 are 29 percent higher than what was allocated last year. Would-be donors can give via their workplace campaign or online at www.uwlogan.org. Money raised by United Way stays in Logan County and goes to more than 20 Funded Agencies in the areas of education, income and health. United Way has raised more than $19 million in and for Logan County since it was founded in 1954. Studies show that one in three Logan County residents is impacted by a United Way funded program. From left are Campaign Cabinet members Kim Collum, Colton Lowry, Kyle Springs, Josh Stolly and Campaign Co-Chairs Nita and Chad Wilkinson.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2015/10/web1_Halfway-to-Goal.jpgThe United Way of Logan County campaign reached its midpoint the week of Oct. 11 and, while on schedule at 53.8 percent of goal, needs a strong second half to come out on top. To date, volunteers have collected $388,673 in pledges toward the $720,000 fundraising goal to help meet the social service needs of the community. The need is great, as Funded Agency requests for 2016 are 29 percent higher than what was allocated last year. Would-be donors can give via their workplace campaign or online at www.uwlogan.org. Money raised by United Way stays in Logan County and goes to more than 20 Funded Agencies in the areas of education, income and health. United Way has raised more than $19 million in and for Logan County since it was founded in 1954. Studies show that one in three Logan County residents is impacted by a United Way funded program. From left are Campaign Cabinet members Kim Collum, Colton Lowry, Kyle Springs, Josh Stolly and Campaign Co-Chairs Nita and Chad Wilkinson.