February 23, 2012
The United Way of the Eastern Panhandle has been a blessing to local non-profits and I have been fortunate to see the results at the agency level. Over the past 15 years, I have worked with two different non-profit organizations that receive United Way funds. As an agency recipient of these resources, I have had the opportunity to see the power of the United Way from a first hand perspective. From helping a chronically ill patient manage a diabetes diagnosis at the Eastern Panhandle Free Clinic to giving a child the tools to excel in school at the Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle, the United Way supports results driven programs within our community. In addition to funding community solutions, the United Way brought new volunteers through the doors of these non-profits simply by introducing Day of Caring to our community. Not only were we able to complete many necessary projects within those facilities, but we were also able to share our mission with those volunteers. Our United Way has truly shown the eastern panhandle what it means to Live United and that is why I am grateful for its support.
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