The non-profit is kicking off its annual drive to raise $200,000 for partner agencies. TCUW did not meet its goal in the last campaign, due to economic hard times.
By April Wright, Reporter
Thursday, September 23, 2010 at 2:59 pm
The biggest challenge facing Twin County United Way in its annual fundraising campaign is the closing of so many factories where workers would donate a portion from their paychecks each week to the non-profit organization.
The goal this year is to connect with those people again and reach new donors who want to support United Way programs, said Mike Frazier, president of the TCUW board.
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