United Way Announces $53.8 Million Fundraising Goal
United Way of Greater Milwaukee announced a goal to raise $53.8 million during its Community Campaign kickoff on Wednesday, Sept. 3 at Discovery World Museum. The goal is $1 million over what United Way raised during the 2013 campaign.
The campaign is being led by co-chairs Paul Purcell, Chairman & CEO of Robert W. Baird and Co, Thelma A. Sias, vice president of local affairs for We Energies and Scott Wrobbel, managing partner, Deloitte LLP.
Your generous support will allow us to impact 1 in 4 people in Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha Counties by strategically investing in 160+ programs at over 80 agencies. Our focus is on Education, Income and Health – the building blocks to a good quality of life.
United Way’s 2014 Community Campaign runs through December 11. There are many ways to get involved with the campaign. You can donate through your workplace giving campaign or make direct, personal contributions. You can also volunteer your time through Season of Caring.
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