Niagara Gazette


November 4, 2012

UNITED WAY: The gift of help can last throughout the year


Niagara Gazette — For as little as $1 per week, you can make an important difference in someone’s life. Through the Community Care Campaign, United Way of Greater Niagara is able to provide and support more than 75 programs that represent hope to those who depend on them. This year’s campaign is entering its final weeks and we are working toward reaching our goal of raising $1.3 million. The money raised here stays here to help those from every walk of life and every neighborhood in Niagara County who need a helping hand and a shoulder on which to lean.

The spirit of the season is vibrant in Niagara County. United Way of Greater Niagara has been incredibly fortunate to enjoy the community’s support for generations. The Community Care Campaign is a chance to make that spirit last and touch as many lives as possible for generations to come.

Carol Houwaart-Diez is president of United Way of Greater Niagara.

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