The 2022 Campaign is off to a fabulous start! Our Forces of Good are already at work in our community, and our Campaign Professionals, Campaign Cabinet, and many organizations are hard at work raising the funds necessary to keep our Critical Need Programs available to our community. On August 26th we held a great Kickoff Celebration and Agency Fair with almost 200 people in attendance at the Family Y. Aiken Regional Medical Centers provided a great lunch for us and East Aiken School of the Arts put on a great Star Wars themed performance for us! The program was led by 2022 Board Chair Susie Ferrara and 2022 Campaign Chair Heather Raynack, who both did a great job of introducing our campaign leadership and reminding us that the funds raised through the campaign are vital to our partner agencies' ability to continue to provide critical services to our community. Speaking of our partner agencies, we had a great turn out for the agency fair held before the program began. Our partners did a great job setting up creative and informative booths for kickoff attendees to walk through and learn more about the services provided to our community on a daily basis through the campaign they are helping with.
THANK YOU for joining the Forces of Good at work in Aiken County. Your support means that United Way and our partner agencies can continue to make a lasting impact on our community.
To see more photos from our 2022 Campaign Kickoff, please visit our Facebook Page.
For more information, contact Emily at email@example.com or (803)648-8331 ext. 213.
United Way of Aiken County is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people in Aiken County by addressing critical human needs. The organization collaborates with 30 partner agencies to affect positive changes in our community as efficiently as possible. These agencies offer 45 critical need programs to Aiken County, including programs that provide educational assistance, assistance with income stability, help to meet medical needs, and providing assistance in crisis. When non-profit organizations work together, not only can more good be accomplished, but also the cost of fundraising is dramatically reduced, leaving more money for what is important—helping people.