United Way of Chattahoochee Valley Reaches Highest Campaign Goal

United Way Reaches Highest Goal

United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley celebrated the end of their 2016 campaign Tuesday evening at the Courtyard Marriott in Phenix City, and revealed their highest ever campaign total of $7,123,001.

More than 150 guests attended the celebration, representing 68 companies.

“The United Way, our partner agencies and countless people throughout our community who receive benefits from our United Way are grateful for a community of caring and giving people,” said Keith Pierce, 2016 United Way Campaign Chair. Many thanks and much appreciation goes out to every single person who contributed to this year’s campaign,” he added.

United Way’s 2016 campaign goal of $7,110,001 was revealed at the campaign kickoff in September.

Individual donors and companies in the community exceeded that goal through payroll deductions and one-time gifts.

Phenix City Police Chief Raymond Smith was introduced as the 2017 United Way Campaign Chair.

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