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United Way of Edgefield County Supports Programs That Help Others
web posted October 6, 2012
COUNTY – The United Way of Edgefield
County understands how important it is to help those in need. The local
United Way supports many endeavors in the county, but almost everyone
can agree that helping others in need is some of the most important
work a person or group can do.
The United Way supports the Edgefield County Senior Citizens Center and
the American Red Cross.
In addition, the local United Way fund the Edgefield County 211 Help
The 211 Help Line is a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week phone number that an
Edgefield County resident can dial (from a land line or cell phone) and
get instant answers on where to go locally for help with health issues,
housing assistance, educational challenges, food, shelter, suicide
prevention, crisis counseling or other needs.
All programs serve Edgefield County citizens.
The United Way of Edgefield County is operated by a Board of volunteers
and has very little administrative cost, so money donated by citizens
can go directly to programs supported. This year’s goal is $80,000.
To contribute to the United Way, please mail your donation to P.O. Box
72, Edgefield, SC, 29824. The deadline is December 1 for this year’s
fund-raising drive. For more information, contact Campaign Chairman
Dean Campbell, 275-3635.
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