United Way Surpasses Campaign Goal, Raises $583,000

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Pictured L-R: Donna Estrada of JBS, Cesar Conde with First National Bank, Doug Wackler, Audrey Gibson Campaign Chair, Jeff Turner CEO with MCHD, Bill Price with Bartlett's, Jamie Slater with Xcel Energy. - Photo Courtesy: United Way of Moore County

The United Way of Moore County surpassed its $540,000 fundraising goal this year.

Campaign Chair Audrey Gibson announced the campaign results at the Allocation Meeting held Thursday, January 13, 2022. This year's campaign goal was $540,000 and the pledge total was $583,000.

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