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September 25, 2018

United Way to Kick Off Annual Campaign


OSWEGO, NY – United Way and the many human services programs it supports touch the lives of hundreds of families and individuals throughout Oswego County.

Executive Director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County Patrick Dewine visited the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County to finalize details for the United Way’s 2015-2016 Campaign Kickoff Breakfast. With Dewine, from left are: Kristin Drumm and Danielle Fox of ARISE, Executive Director of the CAC Karrie Damm and United Way Resource Development Director Ali McGrath.

Executive Director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County Patrick Dewine visited the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County to finalize details for the United Way’s 2015-2016 Campaign Kickoff Breakfast. With Dewine, from left are: Kristin Drumm and Danielle Fox of ARISE, Executive Director of the CAC Karrie Damm and United Way Resource Development Director Ali McGrath.

The manner in which these programs are delivered and the positive impact they have on the lives of those that access them will be the focus of the agency’s annual Campaign Kickoff Breakfast.

Scheduled for September 16, the United Way Campaign Kickoff Breakfast will be held from 8 – 9 a.m. at the American Foundry, 246 W. Seneca St. (behind Fajita Grill on Route 104 West) in Oswego.

Executive Director of the United Way of Greater Oswego County Patrick Dewine, said that Resource Development Director Ali McGrath and the United Way’s Campaign Cabinet, has been working diligently to ensure that the event is an uplifting and inspiring program.

One that will provide community members with a greater appreciation and understanding of United Way and the significant impact it has on the quality of life in Oswego County.

“We’ve put together an agenda that is unlike any other campaign kickoff,” said McGrath.  “The combination of unique presentations from member agencies and a moving video produced by Kyle Ridlon of KR Productions will powerfully convey the many ways in which United Way efforts help to build strong communities by ending hunger, helping children and youth succeed, and improving the health and well-being of families and individuals.  Those in attendance are sure to be inspired and excited about our 2015-2016 campaign.”

The United Way breakfast is open to the public.

The cost to attend is $15 per person and includes a complete breakfast.

For more information or to make reservations to attend, contact McGrath at your United Way office, 315-593-1900 or via e-mail at [email protected]

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