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United Way of West Central Minn. at 80 percent of campaign goal

WILLMAR -- With just over three months to go in its annual fundraising campaign, the United Way of West Central Minnesota has announced that it is at 79.4 percent of its $1 million goal.

WILLMAR - With just over three months to go in its annual fundraising campaign, the United Way of West Central Minnesota has announced that it is at 79.4 percent of its $1 million goal.
So far in the 2013-14 campaign, the United Way has received $793,914.89 in donations and pledges. The campaign ends May 31.
Last year, more than 30,000 people received support from United Way-funded programs, according to a news release from the organization. Currently, 48 nonprofit programs are receiving funding from the United Way of West Central Minnesota in areas that impact education, income, basic needs and health.
The United Way is asking individuals and businesses to contribute to the campaign and support local programs and services.
To help the United Way reach its campaign goal, mail contributions to:
United Way of West Central Minnesota
PO Box 895
Willmar
You can also donate online at liveunitedwcm.org , or by calling the United Way office at 320-235-1050.

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