United Way Campaign Is Under Way

Truman’s 2014 United Way Campaign began Sept. 12 with a goal of $56,000.

All faculty and staff members should have received information about the campaign through campus mail. Individuals who did not receive campaign information, or have questions, may contact co-chairs Maggie Herron at mherron@truman.edu or Marty Jayne at mjayne@truman.edu.

Donations support the United Way of Adair County, with all funds staying in the area. The local United Way has among the lowest overhead in the nation, allowing a greater percentage of contributions to go straight to local programs helping people pursue the goals of education, income and health. Recent statistics show the United Way touches one out of three individuals in the area.

Pictured are members of the Truman United Way campaign. Left to right: Megan Swingle, Food Fast chair; Maggie Herron, co-chair; Stephanie Dunn; Abe Copi; John Dungan, director of United Way; University President Troy Paino; Andrew Springmann; Natalie Garlock; and Marty Jayne, co-chair.