Thursday, April 24, 2014, 11:15am-1:30pm
Celebrate our past and present success, recognize key partners, and learn how United Way recruits the people and organizations with the passion, expertise and resources to get things done in Skagit County.
Our 2013-14 Campaign is off and running. We need YOUR help to create the positive community where we can all work, play, and prosper. Call the office to learn more – and if you’re ready to contribute to the cause - click on DONATE NOW to help today!
The United Way of Skagit County…
Serving this community since 1963, first as United Good Neighbors, then as United Way. We have board members from every area of the County and representing many businesses and industries.
… focuses community investment…
Over 6000 individuals give to United Way of Skagit County. Most give through their workplace via payroll deduction; however a growing number are making regular donations via the online tool to make one-time or monthly payments from their credit card.
… to create sustainable, positive change in people’s lives.
Many non-profits are partner agencies with United Way of Skagit County. They provide crucial life-skill training to youth and adults to help them become productive members of our society. Many of these non-profits also provide food, shelter, and medical care when needed.
United Way of Snohomish County’s Disaster Recovery Fund for Mudslide Relief is for the purpose of helping the families, communities and community service agencies affected by the March 22 Oso Landslide disaster. 100% of these contributions will go to current … Continue reading
The Cascade Natural Gas / United Way work place campaign doubled in both participation and amount raised. Also CNG sponsored the United Way T-Shirt that gets worn by all United Way volunteers. (United) WAY to go CNG!
Thanks to Skagit Publishing for taking the time to meet with Debra Lancaster and Philip Prud’homme of the United Way to talk about Volunteering, Advocating, and Giving. You truly “empower the community”.