The United Way of Hardin County gave a campaign update today.
A thermometer was put up at the Kenton Shopping Plaza showing the progress.
(pictured left to right: Madelyn Lowery-Board President, and Campaign Committee Chairs Jack McBride and Linda Garmon)
The campaign is at 20% of the goal, which was set at $150,000.
98% of all Hardin County donations stay in Hardin County to help the 21 partner agencies.
There are several ways to give.
That includes payroll deduction. Ask your employer to offer payroll deduction and contribute each pay period.
You can donate by check or cash. Contributions can be mailed or dropped off at 225 South Detroit Street in Kenton.
You can also give online by visiting:http://unitedwayhardincounty.org
The United Way of Hardin County has some opportunities to volunteer for the organization.
They have some events coming up and some help is needed in the office.
If you’ve ever wanted to give back and help make a difference in your community, but you’re not know where to start, then call the United Way office at 419-675-1860 or message them on Facebook.