Truman Kicks Off United Way Campaign


Truman’s annual United Way campaign is currently ongoing with a goal of $22,000.

The United Way of Northeast Missouri funds 11 agencies that directly serve the community. Donors should consider that 99% of every dollar stays local. Area partners include: the YMCA; NEMO Senior Citizen Services Inc.; 4-H; Community Opportunities, Inc.; Boy Scouts; Girl Scouts; Hospice of Northeast Missouri; Community Child Development Center; Retired and Senior Volunteer Program; the Salvation Army; and Macon County Sheltered Workshop.

All faculty and staff members should have received information about the campaign through campus mail. Donations can be made now through Oct. 27. Two names will be drawn each Wednesday for prizes.

Individuals who did not receive campaign information, or those who may have questions, should contact co-chairs Wendy Miner, professor of education, or Dawn Howd, director of stewardship. For more information about the United Way of Northeast Missouri, or to donate online, visit Faculty and staff members who donate online are encouraged to return the white slip from their campaign information through campus mail to Miner in order to keep track of the amount raised from the Truman community and to be eligible for weekly prize drawings.

Thank you to those who have already made their contribution.
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