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United Way of Edgefield County Supports Programs That Help Local
web posted October 15, 2012
COUNTY – The United Way of Edgefield
County knows how important it is to help those local citizens with
special needs, from youth to senior citizens. The United Way supports
many endeavors in the county, and tries to assist those programs that
help citizens with many special needs.
The local United Way contributes money to MEG’s Shelter for Abused
Women, Cumbee Center for Abused Persons, Edgefield County Churches
Helping Others and Helping Hands. In addition, contributions also
support Women in Unity, Edgefield County First Steps and the Johnston
Also, the local United Way also helps fund the Girl Scouts of South
Carolina and the Georgia-Carolina Boy Scout Council.
All programs serve Edgefield County citizens.
The Edgefield County United Way is operated by a Board of volunteers
and has almost no administrative cost, so money donated by citizens can
go directly to programs supported. This year’s goal is
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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