Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton The 2013 United Way campaign in Sarnia-Lambton is progressing well.
United Way of Sarnia-Lambton
We are gearing up for our biggest event of the year.
Sarnia Indiefest 2013 seems to be just what the doctor ordered and markedly in time to fill the immense void left behind by the hiatus of Sarnia’s big boy festival Rogers Bayfest.
After an up and down campaign the United Way announced today that it has reached the 100% mark of the $1.85 Million target.
Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton campaign is continuing to run very well, and it is expected that we will reach the high 90% range by Friday.
While March of Dimes Canada last year celebrated its 60th Anniversary of providing programs and services for children and adults with disabilities, the organization continues its work in what began as a march to stamp out polio that has grown into a multi-service organization that today provides programs and services to over 50,000 Canadians annually in communities across Canada.
Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton The United Way has reached the 68% mark on the campaign thermometer this past week thanks to a great start at Lambton College, early school returns, very successful Locally Lambton Dinner and a number of special events at worksites such as Enbridge Pipelines, County of Lambton in Wyoming and Sarnia, and Hydro One.
Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton With now $1.2 million in the bank, the United Way is focusing its efforts in assisting those campaigns that are just about to kick off and the Locally Lambton Dinner on Wednesday, November 7.
Suncor employees closed their campaign on a high note on Friday coming very close to reaching their goal and surpassed last year’s totals by a few hundred dollars.
Executive Director, United Way of Sarnia-Lambton After several BBQ lunches, chili, and other lunches, we are pleased to see the annual campaign has reached almost 35% of the $1.85 million goal.