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-- United Way Announces permanent endowment fund with Mid-Shore Community Foundation

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On April 2, 2013 United Way of Kent County honered volunteers from its 23 Member Agencies at Heron Point.

Read Peter Heck's article about the meeting from the Kent County News here

--United Way of Kent County honored their volunteers at the Annual Meeting and Breakfast at Heron Point Tuesday April 3, 2012

see press release

--Read about the 55th Annual Campaign of the United Way of Kent County here

--United Way open house for new member agencies hosted by Crow Vineyard & Winery
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--The United Way of Kent County launches its 54th annual campaign with four new non-profit member agencies

see press release | see online

--United Way of Kent County recognizes Millington businesses.
read press release  | see online

--New President Wiliam Noll shares goals for continued progress
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--United Way of Kent County honors Member Agency volunteers who "Live United" see press release

--FEMA Funds Uncertain see press release

--United Way offers Dixon Payroll Deduction Program see press release

--United Way of Kent County is cautiously optimistic that it will achieve its goal for its annual fund raising drive at the end of its fiscal year in August, 2011.
see press release

see Chestertown Spy article

--United Way of Kent County raises needed money with its continuing campaign of "Living United" events
see press release 2010.06.29 on latest 2 events

--United Way launches first "Living United" fundraiser event
press release 2010.03.29

--United Way on Target to Meet Fund-Raising Goals
2010.01.16 press release

Above: Meagan Collins, who is a dedicated volunteer at the Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence and a former student of Washington College, receives her United Way folder from director Mary Fisher



Beth Anne Langrill accepted the award for Julie Valicillo and Karen Twigg from For All Seasons. Phillip Dutton was honored for the work he does for All Four Seasons and the Garfield Center for the Arts

Meredith Hicks, volunteer at Echo Hill Outdoor School, has volunteered in the Echo Hill office for over ten years.

Former President Bill Noll and newly elected President Alan Chesney

The Volunteers from the 23 member agencies who where honored at the Annual Meeting

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