The United Way of Marshall County has a unique way of starting its annual fundraising campaign.
This fundraising event helps collect money for the number of member agencies and sponsored programs with United Way. The entities serve many families in need across the entire county.
The United Way campaign kicks off Saturday, Aug. 12 with the second annual Taste of Marshall County event at the Young Amphitheater in Plymouth’s Centennial Park.
The Taste of Marshall County is the official launch of the 2017 campaign with proceeds benefiting the fight for health, education and financial stability of all residents. Local health and human service non-for-profit groups gain support from the United Way of Marshall County, a tradition that spans 50 years. More than $8 million has been allocated to local agencies for an array of community needs.
The kick-off event for the 2017 campaign for United Way is set as part of the second annual Taste of Marshall County. The Taste of Marshall County will be Saturday, Aug. 12 from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The fundraising event will feature even more selections in the food garden this year and a separate beer and wine garden. Live entertainment will include music from Shots Fired Reloaded and Southern Straightaway.
The first Taste of Marshall County takes place this evening in Plymouth. The family-friendly event gives residents the chance to sample food from a variety of Marshall County vendors, while helping raise money for local nonprofit agencies. The Taste of Marshall County serves as a kickoff for the United Way of Marshall County’s 2016 annual fundraising campaign. Continue reading
Bring your appetite to the United Way of Marshall County 2016 fundraising campaign kickoff. The nonprofit agency is hosting a family-friendly Taste of Marshall County on Saturday, Aug. 13 at Young Ampitheatre in Plymouth’s Centennial Park. Continue reading