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Twin County United Way’s Giving Campaign Kicked Off this Month

LEWIS-CLARK VALLEY – More than 200 business and nonprofit members attended the Twin County United Way Campaign Kickoff Breakfast earlier this month where the local non-profit’s leaders and Board Members shared the mission, vision and importance of employee giving.

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The Twin County United Way fights for the health, education and financial stability for every person in Asotin and Nez Perce counties. The organization asked those in attendance to join the fight with the campaign message: United we fight. United we win.

Kristin Kemak, CEO and Blake Harrington, Director of Operations and Programs shared their personal stories about why they both decided to work for the organization. Board Member Cathy Jo Witters provided the main presentation, asking the attendees for their support stating, “Our community was built on a foundation where you care for your neighbor, we are built on the theory that we are small enough to care, yet large enough to make a difference”.

Many donors and supporters are first introduced to the United Way through workplace giving programs. By kicking off the campaign with this breakfast, the United Way team hopes to connect with even more individuals to reach this year’s campaign goal to engage 3,000 donors in the 2023-24 campaign.

Businesses interested in running an employee giving campaign are encouraged to contact the Twin County United Way at (208) 743-6594 to receive tools and support for a successful campaign.

 

Information about the Twin County United Way can be found online at tcuw.org.

 

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About the Twin County United Way

The Twin County United Way works to identify needs, unite people and share resources to improve lives of those in Nez Perce and Asotin counties. The United Way focuses on identifying the most critical community needs in three areas:  education, health and income. Then, it works to secure resources and provide coordinated support for local nonprofit partners working to address these needs. More information can be found at www.tcuw.org. Connect with Twin County United on social media at www.facebook.com/TCUWor on Instagram TCUW, #TCUW #LiveUnited.

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