United Way Needs $15,695 to Hit Campaign Goal

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CLEARFIELD – Volunteers of the Clearfield Area United Way are still working to raise funding to support their 24 local member agencies.

These agencies are located throughout eastern, southern and central Clearfield County and reach out to help people of all ages.

“Tax-deductible donations are needed to help us to continue to help others. They can be sent to Clearfield Area United Way at 18 N. Second St., P.O. Box 1430, Clearfield, PA 16830,” stated Debbie Bowser, campaign chairperson.

Bowser added that “You can also give through PayPal at clearfieldareaunitedway.org and or contribute to the CAUW Legacy fund.”

Notable recent gifts include: C. Classic Automotive; Jefferson Wholesale; Hamer Foundation; U.G.I. and employees; Clearfield Tire; J.J. Powell Inc.; CNB employees; Toyota; Walker Financial Services; FedEx and employees; Centre Concrete; Evergreen Kennels; Grampian Lions Club; Sheetz Inc.; Northwest employees; E.M. Brown Inc.; Bigler and Clearfield YMCA employees; Gasbarre-McKee Carbide Tool; UPS and employees; Penn State employees; and SECA employees.

Mark Schultz, campaign president, is pictured with those he gathered together to show that just a little more, $15,695, is needed to help the CAUW reach its campaign goal. Also, pictured are Seth Caldwell, Nate Lash, Sarah Lash, Jodi Schultz, Joe Schultz, Barb Norris and Jim and Linda Schultz.   

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