United Way of Greater Plymouth County has begun fund-raising for its annual Warmer Winters Fund to purchase warm jackets for local children in need in Greater Plymouth County.
Since its start in 2015, United Way’s Warmer Winters Initiative has helped over 1,200 children in greater Plymouth County stay warm. Donations will go directly to United Way’s Family Center and to United Way’s partner agencies to provide area youth with one of their most basic needs: a warm winter coat to help them stay safe and continue on the path to a bright future.
“This year, we are asking for donors to consider making a gift in honor of someone in their lives that has kept them warm,” said Dennis Carman, United Way of Greater Plymouth County President & CEO. “This could be a parent, partner, or friend that had given them a jacket as a child themselves or kept them ‘warm’ by sharing joy and inspiration during challenging times.”
For more information and to donate, contact Connie Hundt, Director of Resource Development at 508-583-6306 ext. 104 firstname.lastname@example.org or Laura Murphy, Donor Engagement Specialist at email@example.com ext. 102. More information can be found at www.uwgpc.org. Donations are accepted by cash, check, or credit card through Nov. 20.
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