Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

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July 23, 2013

United Fund announces 2013 campaign chairs

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With the help of an INvest 1213 Matching Grant available last year through the IaUW (Indiana Association of United Ways), donors who increased their pledges allowed the Decatur County United Fund to support three valued initiatives in 2013: the summer feeding program, a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) project and a pilot preschool program for low income families.

The annual Community Campaign in 2013 will help fund the work of the Decatur County United Fund’s 22 partner agencies with 26 programs in 2014. Those programs help meet the needs of young, old and everyone in between through groups like Advocates for Children, Meals on Wheels, Community Healthcare Clinic, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, American Red Cross, Hospice and many more.

Individuals can give to the United Fund at any time by mailing a check to the Decatur County United Fund at 108 S. Broadway, Suite 1, Greensburg, IN 47240. You can also utilize the donate button on the home page of our website at www.dcuf.com. Memorials in memory of or in honor of are accepted year-round.

Cunningham noted, “This year’s campaign drive will continue through early November. Mark your calendars for the following special events: Day of Caring on September 18 and the Greensburg Pizza King Day planned for September 21. The campaign will close out with its annual auction, which will feature a “Boogie Nights” theme on Friday, November 1.”

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