United Way of Marshall County Recognizes Campaign Cabinet Volunteers
Plymouth, Indiana – All over Marshall County, volunteers are working hard to deliver Campaign Packets to raise money for United Way of Marshall County (UWMC). The money that is raised in the 2015 Campaign will be used to support 24 Member Agencies in Marshall County. And none are working harder than the 2015 Campaign Cabinet Division Chairs.
Packets were ready for distribution in September and since then, UWMC Cabinet Chairs have been rallying crews to help them distribute a packet to every business or professional in Marshall County.
“Together We CAN, Marshall County” is this year’s United Way theme and the Chairs have been given the task of making sure everyone knows that every dollar does makes a difference. By working together, all Marshall County residents, children and adults, can unlock their full potential.
All Campaign Cabinet Chairs are doing an outstanding job. Chairs like Heath Thornton of Bremen, who was given the entire Bremen region to distribute and rose to meet the challenge, Dick Featherstone of Plymouth, who scheduled and delivered presentations to all the school Districts in the county, and Dennis and Francie Beville along with Tammy Boys, who have almost wrapped up the Plymouth Professional Division are being recognized for their exemplary volunteer contributions.
If you didn’t receive a packet from a volunteer and would like one, please call 574-936-3366 or stop by the United Way offices 2701 N Michigan Street, Plymouth. For more information or to make your online donation, go to marshallcountyuw.org/Give, or email email@example.com, or mail your contribution to PO Box 392, Plymouth, Indiana, 46563.
For over 50 years, the United Way of Marshall County has continuously conducted annual fundraising campaigns in support of local health and human service not-for-profit organizations. The United Way has been the conduit for helping thousands of individuals, regardless of income level, contribute to a united community cause. United Way volunteers have spent millions of hours advocating for much needed programs and services that help build a stronger community and, as a result, the United Way has allocated more than $8 million to local agencies for everything from basic necessities like food to tutoring programs for youth to helping the elderly get to the doctor. The United Way of Marshall County remains committed to igniting the caring power of the human spirit to help meet the most basic needs of education, health and financial stability. Together we create a stronger future for Marshall County.ABOUT THE UNITED WAY OF MARSHALL COUNTY