United Way Campaign Exceeds Goal

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The Truman community exceeded its United Way Campaign Goal by raising a total of $27,677.17.

Truman has participated in this fundraiser for decades, raising tens of thousands of dollars throughout the program’s history. This year, faculty and staff donated $18,373.30, retired employees donated $7,527 and students raised $1,776.81 through meal swipes.

The United Way of Northeast Missouri funds 11 agencies that directly serve the community. 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.

Thank you to Truman’s faculty, staff and students for their generosity. To learn more about local United Way efforts, get involved with fundraising or make a donation, visit liveunitednemo.org.
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