United Way of Broome County Exceeds 100% of 2016-2017 Campaign Goal Reached
United Way of Broome County is advancing the common good by focusing on the building blocks of quality of life – education, income, and health. To that end, the organization is announcing the goal of $2,031,000 for the 2016-2017 campaign year has been surpassed. Throughout the campaign from July 1st 2016- June 30th 2017, United Way of Broome County has raised $2,051,411. With all gifts supporting local programs, 100% of all donations go directly back into the community.
“Throughout the next decade, United Way of Broome County will continue its focused approach to addressing community-level issues, by showing measurable progress in the areas of education, income and health. We are proud to recognize the incredible citizens, philanthropists and businesses who have helped us reach our goal and recognize by working United, We all Win. Because of their efforts, we are able to meet an increased need and move forward with an exciting new vision for our community” said Robin Alpaugh, Executive Director United Way of Broome County.
July 1st 2017 marks the beginning of the 2017-2018 campaign year with the Campaign Kick-off event scheduled for September 13th.